Manage your finances from the comfort of your home or office, or on-the-go with our mobile banking app. For your convenience and peace-of-mind, we also offer eStatements and online check imaging.
Electronic Bill Pay
With Checkfree, you can schedule one-time, recurring, even person-to-person payments! The service is free, secure, and avoids both merchant fees and the hassle of writing and delivering checks.
Feel right at home when you visit participating credit unions with more than 5,600 shared branches in all 50 states or access your funds at over 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs nationwide. For easy access to your money wherever you go.
Skip the paper statement and go paperless with eStatements.
Our Checking Account Options
Member Select Checking
Our Member Select Checking is our free, non-interest-bearing checking account. With no minimum balance, unlimited check writing and no per-check charges, it is the most commonly-selected checking account by our members.
Our Teen Checking is an innovative program to educate teens on managing their personal finances and get them started on the road to financial responsibility and independence. Teen Checking Accounts are open to all teens between the ages of 13 and 19, for an initial deposit of only $5. Parents can transfer allowance online, and Teens can start managing their own money with your parental guidance.
Our Teen Checking Accounts come with:
Free Instant Issue Mastercard® Debit Card they can use to access their account at ATMs and merchant locations worldwide and online.
Free online and mobile banking, including eStatements.
Over 30,000 surcharge-free CO-OP ATMs nationwide for 24-hour withdrawals.
Teens will also enjoy the benefits of our Report Card Rewards program. Students K-12 can turn in their report cards each grading period to earn money for good grades. We pay $2 for each A (or the top grade available) and $1 for each B (or second-highest grade available), and students can earn up to $15 per grading term. Rewards are posted for the current grading period, not prior grading terms.