The Credit Union will be closed
November 23rd & 24th
in observance of Thanksgiving!
It’s that time of year again!
Take part in our Holiday Skip Payment by downloading the form below:
CHANGE OF TERMS NOTICE:
Effective 2-10-2017: A $1.00 fee will be charged for telephone balance inquiries for members that use no CU services other than their savings and/or vacation deposits. This fee can be avoided by using our automated telephone service at 503-253-8348, our Mobile App (www.getsprig.com) or by enrolling in our online banking (It’s me 247) at www.ibewuwfcu.com.
New Fraud Detection Service
In our continuing efforts to keep your accounts secure, we’ve improved our alert system for potential fraud connected to our credit cards. From time to time, you may be contacted via automated call or SMS text message to confirm your card activity. These communications will NEVER ask for PIN data, full card number or full social security number data. The service is monitoring your accounts for potential fraud 24 hours a day/seven days a week.
If you need to report your card lost/stolen, please call:
Debit Card Lost/Stolen: 1-800-682-6075
Credit Card Lost/Stolen: 1-800-528-2273
Branch Location & Hours:
|| Monday – Thursday
|| 10:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
|| 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
||Monday – Thursday
|| 9:00 a.m. – 5:30 p.m.
|| 9:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m.
It’s Me 247 is our electronic Home Banking solution. Please sign up for E-statements, E-notices and E-alerts. If you have any issues, please contact our member services team at ext 300.
Our relationship with Credit Union Direct Lending (CUDL) allows you the ease of completing our paperwork while you’re at the dealership. Drive home a new car today!!
Internet Banking: Our Internet Banking is available to members at no cost, just click the link in the upper right hand corner of this or any page.
On-Line Bill Payment Service: Our On-Line Bill Payment Services are available if you have your checking account with us. The link in the upper right hand corner of this or any page will lead you through registration and set-up. Please contact Member Services if you have questions.
Automated Clearing House (ACH): ACH refers to a nationwide standard that financial institutions use to transfer funds and information electronically between financial institutions. ACH is often used for payroll deduction deposits.
ACH Origination: ACH origination is similar to ACH above only it is initiated by the member directly with the financial institution. ACH origination enables members to make deposits and withdrawals from their account with the Credit Union or at another financial institution. Members can choose to have transfers done monthly, biweekly, or weekly without the burden of remembering to write and mail off a check. Members also have the option of initiating a one-time transfer if needed.
Payroll Deduction: Payroll deduction is set up under an agreement with an employer and the Credit Union. Currently there are many companies offering this service to their employees. Payroll deduction allows an employee to specify a deduction amount each pay period that the employer then sends to the Credit Union. Payroll deduction remains in effect until changed by the employee or when employment ceases.
Net Check: Similar to payroll deduction, net check instructs the employer to deposit the employees entire paycheck to their savings or checking account automatically.
Direct Deposit: Direct deposit allows a member to have a government check deposited directly into their savings or checking account. Direct deposit is a valuable, time saving service for many retirees. Direct deposit includes but is not limited to: Social Security benefits, Veterans Affairs payments, pension payments and any branch of the U.S. Armed Forces.
Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT): EFT is a term used whenever money is transferred electronically. So whether it’s our Liberty Line 24-hour Telephone Teller, an ATM, bank wire transfer or ACH payroll deduction, EFT is an umbrella term used for electronic movement of money. Below are listed current EFT services offered by IBEW & United Workers FCU.