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Ways to Pay Your Loan

Choose the payment method that works best for you. 

Schedule automatic payments. Go online.  Send a check. Visit a branch.

At Market USA, we're glad that you trusted us for your borrowing needs. Just as we try to keep our loan application process streamlined and straightforward, we aim to make the payment process as convenient as possible. Choose any of the methods listed below.

Payment Portal

This convenient option allows you to make real time payments using your debit card or deposit account. You can pay by ACH for FREE or your debit card for a service fee of $7.95. Follow the easy prompts to submit your payment today!

Pay My Loan - Debit Card Pay My Loan - ACH

Set up free automatic ACH payments from an account at another financial institution through Online Banking or our App.

Enroll Now

The easiest and most convenient method of making payments. Simply schedule direct deposit to a new Market USA checking account and we can set up automatic payments so you never have to worry about paying on time again.

Many members opt to have us deduct payments directly from their financial institution. Simply reach out to us via email and we'll set it up for you.

It's okay if you don't use us as your primary financial institution. You can always set up online Bill Pay through your bank or credit union and add us as a payee. (Don't forget your member number - and remember, your other financial institution may charge for this service.)

For your convenience, we take part in Shared Branch banking, which means you can visit branches of many other credit unions and still make transactions on your Market USA account. Visit for more details.

Send checks or money orders (but not cash) to:

Market USA Federal Credit Union
Re: Loan Payment
8871 Gorman Road, Suite 100
Laurel, Maryland 20723

Phone: 301-586-3400 or 800-914-4268

Market USA Federal Credit Union is a full-service financial institution with locations in Maryland and South Carolina as well as nationwide locations through the Shared Branch Network.