I specifically asked this question during out CC class and was told it was not off limits.
Someone please tell me that this is a good idea :smack.My credit union has a d*mn metal detector at the door.
Hey Red Dawg, He is from Miami you know :rolfI'd be willing to bet that everytime somebody walks through the door with coins to cash in, the buzzer goes off. Do you have to empty your pockets when you walk through the door. How about your belt buckle do you have to take the belt off to go in. Sounds like your credit union is in an airport.
I was thinking the same thing, I will just stay in my car before i disarm myself to go in the bank.I'll just stick to the Drive thru i can keep what i need with me.No metal detectors in my car.
Clipper, does that metal detector go off for car keys, a pocketknife, etc.?My credit union has a metal detector at the door.
My CU has all the tellers in a separate room. Even if you walk in, it is just like a drive through. The transaction is by CCTV and pneumatic tube.
I'm not so sure about that.Keep in mind if you go to a Federal Credit Union that it's owned by the Federal Government and you would be in violation then per FL law.
Nope. Credit Unions by definition are owned by their members.Keep in mind if you go to a Federal Credit Union that it's owned by the Federal Government and you would be in violation then per FL law.
Hi Steve 48,
From what I understand banks are not owned by the government and therefore are not off limits. I specifically asked this question during out CC class and was told it was not off limits.
In Gutmacher's book on page 67, #10 he says: "Any other place a firearm is prohibited by federal law, including any federal office or building. This means, amongst other places - - a post office, IRS, social security. It does not mean a bank."
Hope this helps.