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Take a Break from Payments with Winter Skip-A-Pay


With Shore to Shore’s Skip-A-Pay program, you can take a break from your loan payment during December or January and put that extra money back in your pocket.

To be eligible for winter skip-a-pay you must meet the following qualifications:

  • Loan must be 90 days old and have 3 consecutive payments.
  • All accounts must be current and in good standing.
  • No more than one time 30 days late within the past six months.

Complete the form below before the due date of your loan. You can also skip all eligible loans in Online Banking by clicking on the “Services” tab, and then selecting the “Skip-A-Payment” option.

To learn more about S2S winter skip-a-pay call us at 866.661.8328.

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By continuing with a Skip A Pay option, you authorize Shore to Shore CFCU to advance your loan due date by one month. You also understand that by advancing your loan due date this may extend the maturity date of your loan. Skipping a payment on your loan may cause your principal balance to remain unchanged for one or more future payments, and interest will continue to accrue. Interest and any charges for disability, and/or life insurance will continue to accrue for any skipped month, and a final loan payment will include such charges. All loan skips are subject to Management approval. Other restrictions may apply. This offer does not guarantee eligibility and S2SCFCU reserves the right to change loan eligibility at any time. Please allow 24 business hours for changes to be reflected on your account. For complete details, please call 866-661-8328.

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