Here’s how you can get help with Workers’ Payment Protection*:

  • Voluntary program. This is a voluntary loan-payment protection product that helps you get relief from the financial burden of delinquency, default, or foreclosure.
  • Relief options. Workers may be able to reduce your payments or cancel your debt.
  • Dire circumstances. These are some of the events that can qualify you for loan relief: loss of life (including those caused by acts of war), disability, and involuntary unemployment.
  • Learn more. Contact a Workers representative at 978-345-1021 or email us to ask about protecting your loans.

One Less Worry When Life Hits Hard

The last recession taught us all a lesson: Our finances can change fast. You might lose your job. Or get seriously injured in an accident. When that happens, paying off your loans might be impossible. At Workers, we’d rather not foreclose on your house or repossess your car. If you sign up for Payment Protection, we’ll find a way to reduce your payments or even get rid of them for a while. Helping neighbors through tough times – that’s just something New Englanders do.

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Convenient Locations

Workers Credit Union provides in-person banking services and financial coaching at locations in Worcester, Lowell, Fitchburg, Gardner, Chelmsford, Westford, Groton, Townsend, Lunenburg, Lancaster, Leominster, Athol, Hudson, and Orange, MA.

Sign up for Payment Protection or contact us with any questions.


*Payment Protection is a debt protection product offered by Workers Federal Credit Union. Enrollment in this debt protection product is voluntary and not required to obtain a loan. Please contact a Workers Federal Credit Union loan officer for additional information on benefit maximum, eligibility, limitations, and a copy of your contract.

A Safe Place for Your Money

As a member of Workers, take comfort in knowing that every dollar you deposit is safe, secure, and 100% insured. All deposits are fully insured by a combined insurance coverage of the NCUA, up to $250,000, and the MSIC covers the rest. Now that’s safe keeping.