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. Set strong passwords. Make sure your passwords are complex and unique to each account. Change your passwords often, and don't set passwords that will be easy for cyber criminals to guess, such as "password." A good rule of thumb is to create passwords with eight characters or more that use, home wireless network is password protected. Be cautious online. Do not click on suspicious links
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to protect you in the future. Change the passwords on all your accounts — When you contact your bank and creditors, they’ll likely suggest that you change all of your passwords. And even if they don’t, you should consider updating them anyway. Changing passwords can help prevent hackers from obtaining access to more of your information. Remember to make passwords as complicated as possible, using
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A temporary password is immediately sent to the Primary Member’s email that is on file with UFCU. The password expires within a short time, so retrieve it promptly. Type
is not in use, and a password is required to access functions. For added security, you can set up account alerts, are not enrolled in Online Banking. + Will my login ID and password for Online Banking work for Mobile Banking? No. During registration for Mobile Banking, you must create a new login ID and password. Normally, you can set them to match your Online Banking login ID and password. + I want, . If your device itself is secured with a password or other method, only you can view your balances
are protected by your password, the security built into your browser, and SSL (Secure Sockets Layer, . + What happens to my financial institutions’ usernames & passwords? Your financial institutions’ usernames/passwords get sent directly to our aggregation provider, CashEdge. Your added financial institutions’ usernames and passwords are NOT stored on our site. We do create a unique ID, identity is extremely low. Make sure you keep your Online Banking username and password to yourself
believe your Online Banking Password has been lost, stolen, or compromised, you should change your Password immediately by accessing the "Change Password" feature in the Online Banking program. Contact us, Your Online Banking Password, (the "Password). When you use the Service, you will access your accounts by way of your Online Banking Password. You agree to keep your Password in confidence, refrain, by unauthorized third parties. Any person having access to your Online Banking Password will be able to access
access to bill pay as the primary owner on the account? Yes. + Will I have a separate password, an address change? Click Manage Payees and select the payee. Then edit the payee information. + What do I do to change my name as it appears on the Bill Pay payee account, the billing account, ? No. Pending Payments + How do I change payment amounts? You may edit your payment
. To ensure your new card reaches you, always notify UFCU immediately of an address change. + What if my card, PIN or password is lost or stolen? Am I protected against any fraudulent charges
You can also find our routing number inside Online Banking by clicking on the "Routing & Account Number" button at the top of the Balances menu.
To locate your account number, log into Online Banking and click on the "Routing & Account Number" button at the top of the Balances menu.
The following pop-up will appear.
Excellent customer service is the cornerstone of all our checking accounts, along with free features and benefits.
UFCU’s business checking account offers competitive features for minimal cost, plus the option to earn dividends.
UFCU’s premium business checking account was designed for robust businesses with frequent banking needs.
At UFCU, your savings goals are important to us. Whatever you’re saving for, we’ll make it easy.
UFCU savings accounts are fee-free, federally insured and easy to manage.
UFCU premium business savings accounts offer competitive rates to support your bottom line.
A Money Market account offers high-yield savings, with the flexibility to withdraw or transfer money anytime without penalty.
Whether you’re purchasing new or used or looking to refinance a vehicle, UFCU offers the same low rates and flexible terms.
Building or purchasing a new home is likely the single largest investment you’ll ever make, and University Federal Credit Union will help you with each step.
You can count on us to give you great rates, low fees and, of course, second-to-none customer service.
UFCU’s short- and long-term certificates will earn you maximum returns for a variety of savings goals.
University Federal Credit Union IRAs grow your retirement nest egg by continually earning you compounded dividends and saving you money on taxes. All UFCU IRAs are federally insured to maximum of $250,000, so you can feel secure in your savings.
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Use our Forms page to find the direct deposit form for your needs.
You will need your account number and our routing number to complete the forms. To locate this information, log into Online Banking and click on the "Routing & Account Number" button at the top of the Balances menu.
Information to help you get the most out of UFCU's Online Banking.
Receive your paycheck two days early when you direct deposit your UT paycheck to your UFCU account.
Take care of most banking tasks from your home or office, 24 hours a day.
With UFCU mobile banking, including apps for iPhone, iPad and Android devices, your finances are always at your fingertips.
Information to help you get up and running with UFCU's Mobile Banking.
We are continually adapting to meet your needs and safety. For the most up-to-date service information, please view our Quick Service Guide.
Opening and closing times vary per location.
UFCU Financial and Contact Centers will be closed in observance of these holidays.
Transfer funds to or from anyone.
If you have trouble syncing your account with your third-party personal finance manager, please contact your personal finance manager for further troubleshooting:
Learn about reporting and guarding against fraud.
To report potential fraud, or notify us about a lost or stolen card, visit any branch or contact Member Services at (512) 467-8080 (512) 467-8080 or (800) 252-8311.(800) 252-8311.
To report potential fraud, or notify us about a lost or stolen card, visit any branch or contact Member Services at (800) 467-8080(512) 467-8080 or (800) 252-8311.(800) 252-8311.
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Need to make an appointment? Visit our Quick Service Guide for more information on when and where to find the services you need.
Cashier's Checks are available in our drive-thrus. The service guide will let you know when and where you can pick some up.
Money Orders are available in our drive-thrus. The service guide will let you know when and where you can pick some up.
If you've lost or need to replace your debit card, visit a branch lobby or drive-thru to get a new one. The service guide will let you know when and where you can pick one up.
As a Member-owned cooperative, UFCU conducts an annual membership meeting to inform you of the cooperative's condition. Watch a video of the most recent annual meeting.