Direct Deposit

Benefits

  • Efficient method to deposit paycheck, social security deposit, or other regular deposits
  • No need to make a trip to the credit union to make the deposit
  • Funds are available immediately after being deposited
  • Avoid unpaid checks or other debits with timely deposit

Setup

Most employers or other organizations that offer direct deposit will have a form that you will complete to setup direct deposit.  Many will also require a voided check or deposit slip in order to obtain the required information to initiate the direct deposit.  The information you will be required to provide to setup direct deposit is:

  • Routing / Transit Number: 324079225
  • Account Number: [your account number without the suffix]
  • Account Type: Savings (suffix 'A' only) or Checking
  • Account Name: [your name]

Direct deposits must be made to an account on which you are either the primary member or joint owner.

 

Deposits federally insured to at least $250,000 by the National Credit Union Administration, a U.S. Government Agency, and backed by the full faith and credit of the U.S. Government.