Why do I need to provide Direct Federal my Title?

As part of your loan agreement with Direct Federal, and because your car is serving as the collateral for the loan, you are required to provide the title to us within 90 days of opening the loan. The title must display your name as the owner and list Direct Federal as a lienholder. Being a lienholder means we have an interest in the property that is on the title until the loan is paid in full.

If we receive a title for your vehicle that does not have “Direct FCU” listed as lienholder,  forms to add lienholder will be mailed to you. Please complete the highlighted sections and return them in the envelope provided along with a check made payable to the applicable RMV so we can file for lien placement on your behalf.  

Note: If the envelope is lost, please send documents to:

Direct Federal Credit Union

Attn: Loan Servicing

50 Cabot Street

Needham, MA 02494

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