At ECCU, the health and well-being of all our members, staff, ministries and missionaries is our top priority. We understand the uncertainty you may be experiencing surrounding the coronavirus (COVID-19) and we are committed to being responsive to your needs.
ECCU’s leadership and staff are keeping ministry in the forefront of what we do every day and remain confident that God is in control. We are reminded in 2 Timothy 1:7 where Paul writes, "For God has not given us a spirit of fear, but of power and of love and of a sound mind."
Federal Government COVID-19 Stimulus Payments
According to the U.S. Treasury, the stimulus payments will start being delivered on Wednesday, April 15, 2020. If your payment is being sent electronically, log into online or mobile banking to check on your payment. Or, set up alerts to be sent a notification when it’s deposited. If you are receiving your stimulus payment by check, it should arrive by mail to your address on your tax return by May, 2020.
For more information on stimulus payments go to:
ECCU’s services and tools will not be interrupted. We’d like to remind you of all the ways you can bank anytime, from anywhere.
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Appropriate Amount of Cash on Hand
Having an appropriate amount of cash for emergencies is always wise, but the current healthcare crisis is not a financial crisis, and there is no need to rush to a branch or ATM and pull out unnecessary levels of cash. In fact, cash is one of the top germs spreading things we touch daily. Why not consider using your debit card, bill pay, or even digital wallet? Click here to set up your digital wallet.
ATMs and Branches Near You
If you do need a bit of cash, remember that you can visit one of the nearly 30,000 ATMs or 5,000 shared branches where ECCU members can be serviced throughout the U.S. Be sure to call your local shared branch before visiting. Find a location here.
During this time, be vigilant to identify potential scams. Watch your email and text messages for things like unfamiliar donation sites, requests for medical supply donations or anyone impersonating a ministry, church, charity, or government agency. Do not share sensitive information such as usernames and passwords. Verify the authenticity of any website before making a purchase or donation. Learn more about ECCU’s Member Security.
Your money is safe with ECCU
There is much uncertainty in the world today, but rest assured, your money is safe and insured up to $250,000 per consumer account with ECCU through the National Credit Union Administration.
More Ways to Connect:
Utilize Phone*Link banking features (available 24-hours)
Report a Lost or Stolen CardDebit Card