Updated as of May 27, 2020, 4:00 pm
In an effort to improve the overall safety of our staff and membership we implemented a micro branch located in our vestibule to offer limited face to face transactions. Effective May 26, 2020.
- Please make sure you are wearing some type of face covering and kindly wait outside if a member is in the branch as we will only allow one member in at a time.
- Micro Branch Hours of Operation – Monday-Friday 8:30 am – 4:30 pm
- While we won’t have any cash in this branch, we will be able to assist with the following transactions:
- Assistance with Remote Deposit Capture
- Notary Public
- Mobile Banking
- Document signing
- Certificates of Deposit
- We will no longer accept any utility bills, please make those payments directly to the service provider.
- Coin has been deemed a non-essential service and will not be handled by our staff. This means coin will not be accepted through drive-thru and any coin that is a result of the transaction will be deposited to your account.
Current Member Offers
In an effort to lessen the financial burden being experienced by our membership, we have created a list of offers to help you and your family at this time. These offers include:
- Refunded ATM Fees
- Extensions on Consumer Loans
- Skip A Pay for Visa Credit Cards
- And More!
Mobile Services You Can Use From Home
We’ve got the technology so you can do your banking just about anywhere! If you need help navigating our mobile services give us a call at 906-341-5866 or text us at 906-341-3118 and our staff will walk you through every step.
- Deposit your checks remotely
- Sign up for E-statements
- Check account balances through our mobile app
- And so much more!
Economic Impact Payments: What to expect
On Friday, April 10, the Internal Revenue Service issued 75 million economic impact payments by direct deposit to qualified Americans with the funds to be available in accounts on April 15. Additional electronic payments will be released throughout April.
- There will be an opportunity to register for electronic payment on the IRS’s website at: http://www.irs.gov/newsroom/economic-impact-payments-what-you-need-to-know
- If the IRS does not have a qualified individual’s ACH information, they will receive the payment via check in the mail. Mailed checks will be sent in the coming weeks.
- Those who’ve not filed 2018-19 taxes can use the IRS portal to designate a direct deposit account here: