Become a Member
Banking at Bellco means you’re also a valued member of one of the largest credit unions in Colorado. Your membership gives you access to lower interest rates on loans, higher yields on deposits, our wide network of surcharge-free ATMs, free financial advice, and more.
You can join online or stop in any of our branch locations. There’s a one-time $5 membership fee and a $25 minimum deposit.
Once a member, always a member. Even if you take a different job or move to another state, you can keep all your Bellco accounts.
There are four simple ways to make the switch to Bellco:
- LOCATION: Where you live or work If you live or work in any of the following areas, you are automatically eligible to join Bellco:
Rio Blanco County
City of Lafayette, CO
City of Louisville, CO
Town of Superior, CO
- FAMILY: Is anyone in your family a Bellco Member?
If anyone in your family is a Bellco member then you are eligible for membership, too.
- EMPLOYER: If you work for a company that is a Bellco Select Employee Group (SEG)
Check our list of employee/association groups. You are automatically eligible for Bellco membership if you or a member of your immediate family is employed by or affiliated with any of these companies.
- CONSUMERS UNITED ASSOCIATION
Bellco is affiliated with Consumers United Association (CUA), a nonprofit advocacy group educating consumers on financial issues. Members of CUA are automatically eligible to join Bellco. For more information, call 303-689-7800 (1-800-BELLCO1 outside metro Denver), visit cuacolorado.org, or go to any Bellco branch and ask a representative how you can join CUA.
If you are an employer looking for a no-cost benefit to offer your employees, credit-union membership is your answer. Click here to learn more about all the great benefits of becoming one of Bellco's Select Employee Group.
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Important Information about Opening an Account
To help the government fight the funding of terrorist and money-laundering activities, the U.S. Patriot Act requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who opens an account. When you open an account, we will ask for your name, address of physical residence, date of birth, taxpayer identification number and other information that will allow us to identify you. We may also ask to see your driver's license or other identifying documents.