We remain committed to serving your needs with a focus on safety, convenience and excellent service.
We are still offering our enhanced drive-thru services for cashiers checks, money orders and cash advances, when service from your vehicle is preferred.
Expecting An Advance Child Tax Credit Payment?
Taking some proactive steps can help you get quicker access to your funds once you receive your payment.
This is the quick way to check recent transactions on your account or make deposits. Or use the app to transfer funds to save your stimulus payment to your savings account.
Adding a notification will alert you when your payment is directly deposited into your account (select the account you might be expecting the payment to be deposited in). Here's a short video tutorial: https://youtu.be/sCNN0vBavMU
Our current branch health and safety measures include:
Employees are practicing hand cleaning hygiene and can use gloves when needed.
Our team is sanitizing hard surfaces and office equipment throughout the day and between members.
Hand sanitizers stations and wipes are available for members.
We have a “Keep the Pen” policy in place in our drive-thru to prevent cross-contamination.
Other Ways to Manage Your Account
Surcharge Free ATMs
You also have access to over 55,000 surcharge-free ATMs worldwide using the Allpoint network.
Online and Mobile Banking
Unlimited Remote Transfers
You are no longer restricted to six remote transfers from your savings accounts. Remote transfers include Online Banking transfers, phone requests for share to share transfers, cashiers checks payable to a third party, and wire transfers to a third party.
We're here to serve and support you.We understand that you or a family member might need extra support as we begin the recovery from the impact of COVID-19. Our team is here to help you with financial resources and programs to support your needs.
Additional Member Resources
Increased Mobile Deposit Limits
Your Funds are Insured
Beware of Scams and Fraud
- Learn about known coronavirus scams with these tips from the Federal Trade Commission (FTC).
- Review this FTC article about potential scams about receiving government relief.(Opens in a new Window)
- Tips to Avoid Common Coronavirus Scams.