How to Join/Apply

Membership in Ocala Community Credit Union is limited to those who are employees of the City of Ocala, Florida, employees of the Credit Union, persons who live or work in the City of Ocala, and organizations of such groups and members of the immediate family related by blood or marriage, as well as domestic partners of person within such group and those living, working, or attending school in Ocala, Belleview, Silver Springs, Anthony, Dunnellon, or Summerfield, Florida.

  1. Deposit $5.00 into a Share Savings account (one share) which will remain on deposit as long as you are a member.
  2. Pay a $3.00 membership fee.
  3. Show us two forms of ID (one must be a photo ID).

Customer Identification Requirements

In accordance with Section 326 of the USA Patriot Act, applicants for new accounts are requested to provide current picture identification that verifies identity including name, address, and other identifying information.

In some cases, identification will be requested for current account holders if original documentation was not obtained with the opening of the account. In all cases, protection of our members’ identity and confidentiality is our pledge to you.

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Regarding Safari access issues to bill pay iPay Solutions Safari update required to restore access to bill pay 01-10-2020 Subscribers who have updated to the latest release of Safari are experiencing an inability to use the bill pay product. The last Safari release defaulted browser settings to not allow third-party cookies or cross-site tracking. In addition, after changing browser settings to allow cookies and cross-site tracking, Safari is not saving the updated browser settings causing frustration for subscribers when logging in to their next bill pay session. Apple is releasing patches to resolve this issue: • Version 13.3 for iOS has been released and the issue is resolved. • Version 13.1 for MAC OS has been pre-released to beta users. We have seen positive results, but do not have a date for general availability. There are two temporary solutions: • Change browser settings to allow third-party cookies and cross-site tracking each time when logging in to bill pay. • Temporarily use another browser until the new Safari version is available.
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