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COVID-19 Update

Our lobby is open, but for safety precautions our lobby door is locked and we are requiring that you ring our door bell to be let in.  Before admittance, you will be required to briefly lower your face mask and show your ID (if you are wearing a face mask). 

 

We kindly ask that unvaccinated members and guests visiting our office wear face masks.  Full face masks, hats, beanies, sunglasses and hoodies will not be permitted. 

 

It is recommended that you call us ahead of time to make an appointment for all non-teller transactions. 

Sneeze guards remain installed at every work station and work areas will be cleaned and sanitized often. 


Our drive-up and lobby are open during the following hours:
Drive-Up/Monday-Friday: 8am-5pm

Lobby/Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm


We will be on staff to answer phone calls or emails during the following hours:
Monday-Friday: 9am-5pm

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Accessing Your Account Remotely

As always, EFCU members have the ability to complete many banking needs remotely by phone, online, or via our mobile app:


Applying for a Loan:

Apply for a loan online.  Loan documents can be signed remotely through email using DocuSign. 


 

 

 

Mobile App:

Download our mobile app by searching "Electrical Federal Credit Union" in the Google Play Store or Apple App Store.

 

Online:

Bank online by logging into your account through the link at the top of th page.  If you are not currently enrolled in online banking, you can enroll yourself.  You also have the ability to reset your own password or unlock your account if you have been locked out.

 

Telephone Banking:

Bank with us by phone using our AccessCU24+. Call 1-877-426-0302.


 

ATM:

Access over 30,000 free ATMs across the U.S. through the CO-OP network. Locate a CO-OP ATM near you by visiting:

https://co-opcreditunions.org

Alert: We will never ask for confidential information over the phone or via email such as your name, password, personal identification number (PIN) or other account information.

 

See the Federal Trade Commission's advice for consumers to protect yourself from scams.