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Spring 2010. Full Deferment Grace Period Capitalization of Interest Variable Rate Automated Payment Reduction Graduated Repayment e-Statements Up to Date.

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1 Spring 2010

2 Full Deferment Grace Period Capitalization of Interest Variable Rate Automated Payment Reduction Graduated Repayment e-Statements Up to Date Contact Information

3 Automatic monthly transfers from a Coastal Federal Credit Union savings or checking account Automatic Debit or Bill Pay monthly from other financial institution Routing Number/ABA#: Telephone Banking System – AMIE , option 1 (allows you to transfer from a Coastal savings or checking account by phone) Transaction Center payments using a Visa or MasterCard, debit or credit card by calling our 24 hour member service line at , option 2 ($15.00 fee per payment) Transaction Center payments using a check by phone by calling our 24 hour member service line at , option 2 ($15.00 fee per payment) Wire Transfer ($10.00 incoming wire fee) Wiring instructions: Coastal Federal Credit Union, Raleigh, NC, ABA# , your name, your account number Mail a payment using the coupon provided on your monthly electronic or paper statement to: Coastal Federal Credit Union Payments / Deposits P O Box Raleigh NC Make a payment in any branch office location or at a credit union service center – locations can be found on by using the Locations search On-line Banking at – Transfers tab (allows transfers from Coastal Federal or from another financial institutions) International Money Order Western Union Student Loan Payment Option

4 Interest RateBalancePaymentTermInterest Paid Payback by Terms8.25%$50,000$40025 years$68,000 Interest RateBalancePaymentTermInterest PaidSavings Payback by Terms8.25%$50,000$40025 years$68,000 Min pymt + $508.25%$50,000$ years$45,000$23,000 Interest RateBalancePaymentTermInterest PaidSavings Payback by Terms8.25%$50,000$40025 years$68,000 Min pymt + $508.25%$50,000$ years$45,000$23,000 Min pymt + $ %$50,000$50014 years$35,000$33,000 Interest RateBalancePaymentTermInterest PaidSavings Payback by Terms9.25%$50,000$40042 years$108,000 Min pymt + $509.25%$50,000$45021 years$64,000$44,000 Min pymt + $ %$50,000$50016 years$46,000$62,000 Interest RateBalancePaymentTermInterest PaidInterest Increase Payback by Terms9.25%$50,000$40042 years$108,000$40,000 Interest RateBalancePaymentTermInterest PaidSavings Payback by Terms9.25%$50,000$40042 years$108,000 Min pymt + $509.25%$50,000$45021 years$64,000$44,000

5 What Is a Credit Report? What Is Reported in a Credit Report? What Are My Rights? How Long Does Information Stay on the Credit Report? How Can I Obtain a Copy of My Report? How Can I Dispute Information? What Is My Credit Score? How Can I Improve My Credit Score?

6 Open a checking and savings account Apply for a loan that has collateral Obtain a co-signer Apply for a secured credit card Use your savings account as collateral Open a charge account at a local department store Don’t apply for credit too often Make a larger down payment than required Avoid trying to establish credit through a rent-to-own company Prepare to pay a higher interest rate Consider payroll deducted loans or automatic bank drafts

7 Is the rate fixed or variable? The rate is variable and can change the 1 st day of each year. It is based on the highest Prime Rate as stated in the Wall Street Journal (index) plus a margin of 5.00% to the value of the index. We will use the index value available to us as of 10 days before the date of any APR adjustment. Does my payment amount change if the variable rate fluctuates? No, the payment remains constant. An increase in the rate will result in more payments of the same amount until what you owe has been repaid. Why does the amount of interest I pay vary from month to month and how do I determine my daily interest or per diem charge? Interest accrues on a daily basis on your loan. Factors such as: the number of days between your last payment, the interest rate, and the amount of your loan balance, determine the amount of interest that accrues each month. Daily Interest Rate = APR Days in a Year Daily Interest Accrued =Daily Interest Rate X Current Balance Monthly Interest Owed =Daily Interest Accured X Days in Current Month % = 8.25% 365 $ = % X $61,756 $ =$ X 30

8 How do I qualify for the 0.125% discount off my loan rate? Once your grace period is over and repayment begins, if you opt to have your payment transferred from a Coastal Federal savings or checking account automatically, we will reduce your rate by 0.125%. Automatic drafts/payments from other financial institutions do not qualify for the discount. Can one prepay any amount at any time without any fees, etc? You can make early payments any time – there is no prepayment penalty. The loan is simple interest and your payment satisfies the accrued interest first, then the remainder goes towards principal. If you pay more than the minimum when making your normally scheduled payment, the extra (anything over and above the accrued interest) automatically goes to principal. There is no early payoff fee. If I make more than one payment at the time, is a payment still required every month? You can make as many payments at one time as you would like, however, the loan due date will not advance more than three months, regardless of the number of payments made in excess of three. Please keep in mind,the interest continues to accrue from the date of last payment until you make your next payment.


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