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New & Improved Digital Banking Experience

We are excited to bring you brand new Online and Mobile Banking Platforms!
Visit our Mobile Banking page for more details and FAQ's.

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  • Check balances
  • Transfer funds between accounts
  • Schedule regular transfers
  • Review account information to confirm deposits, verify if checks have cleared and reconcile your accounts
  • Reorder checks
  • Print free check copies
  • Download account transactions
  • Bill Pay
  • And more

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Download and Organize Your Transactions

After logging in to Online Banking, click on the Transactions tab, and then select Download. From there you can select a Download Range. 

Available Download Formats:

  • Open Financial Exchange (OFX)
  • Intuit Quickbooks (QBO)
  • Quicken (QFX)
  • Personal Finance (QIF)
  • Spreadsheets (CSV)
  • Word Processing (TXT)

Password Protection

Password protection is important. Review these tips to keep your online accounts safe.

Password-protect every account you can, including credit card, credit union, bank, and phone accounts.  Never store passwords on a laptop or notebook computer, as it may be lost or stolen. Store passwords in a safe place if you can’t memorize them, and never take them with you. Never write your PIN on the back of your ATM, Debit Card, or Credit Card. Keep a list of your account numbers and contact information in a secure location.

Online Security Tips

  • Create PINs and passwords that do not use readily identifiable information like names, birthdates, and phone numbers.
  • Change your access code password frequently.
  • Never send private account or personal information such as identification numbers, amounts, or share/loan identification numbers via email.
  • Notify OUR Credit Union of suspicious emails or telephone inquiries, such as those seeking account information or online passwords.

Additional Online and Mobile Safety Tips 

Guard Your Information
Know who you’re giving information to, especially on the phone and online. Be especially wary of disclosing your Social Security number, birth date, and driver’s license number. Never do so unless you initiate the contact and never use your Social Security number as an account number or ID number.


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