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You're one step away from better banking! Opening an account online is fast and easy — or visit one of our branch locations. We'd be happy to assist you!

Not Just Better Banking…The Best Banking!

We are proud to be voted “Best Credit Union/Bank in 2022 and 2023 in the “Best Of The Press” contest by the community we serve. We offer many benefits you may not find at other banks and credit unions. We hope you will consider banking with your community credit union.

Who Can Join?

Our doors are open to anyone who lives, works, worships, volunteers or attends school in Atlantic or Cape May counties. We also proudly serve a long list of community groups, and extend membership to the families of our members. View our full member eligibility list.

Open an Account Today!

There are two convenient ways to join Jersey Shore Federal Credit Union:

We are available to answer any questions you may have by calling 609-646-3339 or 1-888-322-2848 toll-free and select option 2. Check our Call Center Hours for availability.
Acceptable primary forms of identification are: 1) Unexpired Driver’s license with photo; Valid US passport or Foreign passport with government issued document showing residence, photo, and nationality; Resident alien card; Photo County ID; Green Card; Matricula Card; Current photo work ID; Current U.S. government military or civilian photo identification; Unexpired State issued photo ID – non drivers license. Acceptable secondary forms of identification are: 2) Social Security Card (Minors Only); Original birth certificate (Minors Only); State or Military ID; Resident Alien card; Voter registration card; Firearms license or permit; Current employment photo identification (must be from qualified select employee group; Current student photo identification; Unexpired Credit or Debit Card; Marriage license or divorce decree. All identification and documentation are subject to verification and must meet minimum information requirements. All identification and documentation are subject to verification and must meet minimum information requirements.JJconT
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