For your benefit and security it is best to know your account number before you really need it. When giving your account number to your employer for direct deposit, social security, tax refund, or unemployment it is important that you have the correct number. No one wants to give their hard earned dollars away, by giving their wrong account number.
Your account number at the credit union can be anywhere from a three (3) digit to a ten (10) digit number. The account number for your checking account can be found on the bottom of your checks, your account number is the middle set of numbers. To direct money to your savings it would be best to call our member solutions staff as they would be happy to help you.Alice Walter - Account Operations Specialist
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