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The $599 million Justice Federal Credit Union in Chantilly, Va., said it would offer its members from the Department of Justice and Department of Homeland Security interest-free and then low-interest unsecured loans if the federal government shuts down next week.

The 56,400-member credit union said it also would allow existing members with a Justice FCU consumer loan or Visa credit card to request one payment deferral per loan. The personal loans could be for up to $10,000 and will convert to 4.9% for a term of 24 months after 60 days.

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