Starting Monday, Nov. 4, re-enroll in our FREE eStatement service through our new online banking or mobile banking app.
When you enroll, you will have access to the last 13 months of eStatements.
Paper statements will be sent to all members until eStatements are established in the new system.
eAlerts will not transfer from the old online banking service and must be re-established.
Debit and ATM Cards
Starting Thursday, Oct. 31 through Saturday, Nov. 2, our Debit and ATM cards will have the following limits:
Debit card purchase limit – $700 per day.
ATM withdrawal limit – $400 per day.
Direct Deposit and Automatic Payments
You do not need to make any changes with your employer and your Direct Deposit will continue as normal. However, your Direct Deposit will no longer flow through your savings account and will post directly to your checking account or the account you designated when you set up your direct deposit.
Any Direct Deposit allocations currently setup to transfer to other FNCU accounts will continue with the new system.
Once the conversion is complete, any scheduled payments will be processed reflecting their normal posting date.
Once the conversion is complete, internal transfers from your FNCU account will be processed reflecting their normal posting date.
All internal transfers previously established will transfer over to our new system.
Accounts receiving quarterly dividends will receive a partial posting on Thursday, Oct. 31 and a final posting on Tuesday, Dec. 31.
Accounts receiving monthly dividends will post as normal.
A partial dividend for your Term Certificate will be credited through Oct. 31 using the average daily balance method. The remaining quarterly dividends will be posted as normal after Nov. 1 based on the date the certificate was opened.
The minimum balance for all primary savings accounts will be $5.