cPort Credit Union was recently named as one of the 2017 Best Places to Work in Maine. “I’m proud that cPort has earned this recognition,” says cPort’s CEO, Gene Ardito. “Our vision at cPort is to deliver the best financial experience to our members, and we need to attract and retain the best employees to serve our members. The Best Places to Work in Maine assessment is an excellent independent measure of cPort’s employment practices, and it’s an honor to be on the list among some of Maine’s top companies.” Read More
Update 7/5/17: cPort has concluded our shutdown assistance offering with the passing of the state budget and reopening of state government.
cPort Credit Union wishes to assist members who may be directly affected by the potential government shutdown. Affected members may skip a month’s payment on a loan without paying the $25 skip-a-pay fee. cPort is also offering an interest-free loan for the amount of one month’s missed pay.
Formerly the Government Employees Credit Union of Maine, cPort’s core membership includes federal employees and active duty members of the military. “We want to support our members during this time of uncertainty,” says cPort’s President and CEO Gene Ardito. “We hope that with these options, we can help our members and their families through what can be a very challenging situation.”
Proof of state employment is required to apply for shutdown assistance. State employees who open new memberships at cPort are eligible for assistance. To apply, members can call 1-800-464-0253 or stop into one of our branches.
Buster, Pumpkin, Brady (x3), Toby and Jasmine – our pets are beloved members of our families here at cPort. We know that pets are furry family for cPort members, too. For members looking to adopt pets to become part their families, here are some budget considerations for becoming pet parents. Read More
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau implemented new mortgage requirements on October 3, 2015, that are designed to help make the mortgage process easier to understand. Lenders across the country are putting into place a few key changes to help simplify the mortgage application process. These new requirements mean that you’ll be receiving new forms that will make it easier for you to shop and compare mortgage loans.