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Skip-A-Pay from Alliant Credit Union


Taking a Break From Your Bills Couldn’t Be Simpler This Holiday Season.

Free up some cash with Alliant Credit Union’s Skip-A-Pay program.

We’re happy to give you a little breathing room for a month during the holidays. With our Skip-A-Pay program, simply fill out the form to the right and we’ll defer the payment on one or multiple of the loans you have with Alliant Credit Union.

The rules are simple:

  • If you have one or several consumer loans with ACU, you can skip one month’s payment per loan in November, December or January; mortgage loans are not eligible.
  • There is a $20 fee for your first deferred loan, and a $10 fee for each subsequent loan.
  • Deferred payments will extend the maturity date. All other terms of your note(s) remain the same.
  • Interest will accrue until your next scheduled payment.
  • Members with delinquent loans are not eligible for Skip-A-Pay.
  • Skip-A-Pay payment is subject to approval.

Excellent, Name! Let's see what we can do...

**This form needs to be received by Tuesday of the week deferment is to begin.**

You’re done. Feels good, doesn’t it?

A representative from our crack team will be in touch with you shortly!

Until then, just sit back and bask in the glow of the smart financial decision you just made! Maybe tell a friend and gloat a little? Why not, right?


Before you go, we want to tell you about our current credit card offer!

Okay, yeah. We know. But hear us out — if you're carrying a balance on a high-interest credit card, you can transfer your balance to us and we will NEVER CHARGE YOU A BALANCE TRANSFER FEE.

Interested? Click the button. That's all you have to do. No extra questions. No wasted time. Nothing to lose.

I'm interested

That's it. That's all we need. Really.

Loan rates and approval subject to credit score and analysis. See credit union for details. Loan rates subject to change without notice. Equal opportunity lender. This credit union is federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration.
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