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  • 1. What is AmeriCU's ABA (routing transit) number? Views: 494 Featured Content
    AmeriCU's ABA number is 221 375 802. This number is the first 9 digits listed on the bottom of your checks.
  • 2. What is the AmeriCU Knowledge Base? Views: 128 Featured Content
    The AmeriCU Knowledge Base is an interactive web service aimed at providing you with up-to-date, accurate information as fast as possible. Our Knowledge Base allows you to search through hundreds of frequently asked questions and information articles via our website. This service is dynamic-the information available will grow and expand more the service is used! Q A Search: Quickly search and bookmark our knowledge base items for answers to your questions. Ask a Question (Email Us): Ask qu  More...
  • 3. What are your Mortgage Rates? Views: 282 Featured Content
    Please click here to view our rates. Simply click on the applicable tab.
  • 4. Service Fee Schedule / Truth in Savings Disclosure for Checking and Savings Views: 964 Featured Content

    08-01-19 Truth_In_Savings Disclosure & Fee Schedule.pdf

  • 5. What are your loan rates? Views: 528 Featured Content
    Our current loan rates can be found here. Simply click on the appropriate tab. auto personal unsecured rv motorcycle boat
  • 6. What are your CD rates? Views: 435 Featured Content
    The Certificate of Deposit rates can be found here . Simply click on the applicable tab.
  • 7. What's the difference between Annual Percentage Yield (APY) and Dividend Rate? Views: 3017
    Rate and APY are two different ways to measure the return of your investment. The APY is a percentage rate that reflects the total amount of dividends to be paid on an account based on the dividend rate and the frequency of compounding for an annual period. The Dividend Rate is what you receive on your investment on a daily basis, regardless of the investment term (length of time) or how your interest earnings are reinvested. For all accounts, the Dividend Rate and APY are fixed and will be in   More...
  • 8. How do I log in to online banking? (Online banking log in help) Views: 1832
    How do I login to online + mobile banking? • Visit www.myamericu.org and enter your existing online banking UserID and password. • Review and accept the Terms Conditions. • Provide contact phone number(s) and/or email address, and verify your identity. Based on the option you select, you will receive a phone call, text message, or email with a confirmation passcode that you must enter to verify your identity and access online banking. For future logins, you may choose to regist  More...
  • 9. How do I cash my check at your Check Cashing ATM? Views: 1235
    1. Insert your check card and enter your Personalized Identification Number (PIN). 2. Select Cash Check from the choices presented, then choose deposit or cash back and which share account to deposit in (maximum $2,000 for cash back only, if on approved list). 3. Insert your payroll check and verify that the dollar amount is correct. An automatic hold will be place on the account, if you change the amount. It's that easy! With AmeriCU's Check Cashing ATM, you can deposit part o  More...
  • 10. Online Loan Payment Disclosure Views: 1127
    AmeriCU Credit Union Online Loan Payment Authorization Terms and Conditions I hereby authorize AmeriCU Credit Union, to electronically debit my checking account designated above (and if necessary, to electronically credit my account to correct erroneous debits) at the institution listed above (“Other Financial Institution or Other FI”), in order to make a payment on my AmeriCU Credit Union loan as specified above. I understand that the following terms and conditions apply to this  More...

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