It is a federal crime to defraud a financial institution, or to knowingly submit or represent false information to obtain credit from a financial institution. 18 USC 1344 Loans are available to United States Residents currently residing in the United States. You must read the following terms and conditions before continuing.
Notice to California Residents:
A married applicant may apply for a separate account. For joint accounts, after credit approval, each applicant shall have the right to use this account to the extent of any credit limit set by the creditor and each applicant may be liable for all amounts of credit extended under this account to any joint applicant.
Notice to Ohio Residents:
The Ohio laws against discrimination require that all creditors make credit equally available to all creditworthy customers, and that credit reporting agencies maintain separate credit histories on each individual upon request. The Ohio Civil Rights Commission administers compliance with this law.
Notice to Wisconsin Residents:
Wisconsin law provides that no provision of any marital property agreement, unilateral statement or court decree applying to marital property will adversely affect a creditor's interests unless the creditor, prior to the time that credit is granted, is furnished with a copy of the agreement statement, or decree, or has actual knowledge of the adverse provision when the obligation to the creditor is incurred.
Notice to New York and Vermont Residents:
The Credit Union may at any time in the future obtain consumer credit reports to review the account. Upon request, the Credit Union must supply the name and address of the consumer reporting agency which gave the consumer report.
And by submitting this application, I/we:
I/We agree to be bound by the terms disclosed above. Furthermore, I/we agree to complete our application online. By submitting our application online, we agree:
Please remember that Star One employees will never call you to verify or ask for your personal information.
Hang up immediately if someone claiming to be a Star One employee asks for any banking information—such as your Online Banking login information, account numbers, card PINs, or one-time passcodes.
A fraudster may try to reassure you that it's OK to share your information—please hang up, it's not OK.
Several Star One members have received phone calls from a person claiming to be a Star One employee—with a caller ID forged to look like a Star One phone number—and whose goal is to gain access to members' bank accounts online.