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Notary Services

PCTFCU offers notary public services to all of its members and community. A notary administers oaths and acts as a public officer to the residents of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. A notary public’s primary duty is to witness your signature for contracts, CORI forms, estate planning documents, and other official papers. PCTFCU provides this service for our members free at our branch during normal business hours. You can also make an appointment to have documents notarized using our online appointment scheduling system.

IMPORTANT: To have a document notarized, please be sure the document is unsigned and that all signers bring photo identification such as a valid passport or valid state issued identification card.

Check Reorder

Quickly and securely reorder your checks online with online check reordering. Have your routing number, account number and next starting check number ready.

24/7 Drive-up ATM

Direct Deposit/Payroll Deduction

Deposit by Mail

Visa® Cash Advance