At the U of I Community Credit Union, we’re your teammates when it comes to making your life easier. Checking accounts can help save you time, money, and hassle. You can have access to your money when you need it. You can even open an account your way: online or at one of our branch locations. Talk about easy!
See how applying for a checking account can save you time and money, make managing your money more convenient, and give you some peace of mind. Let’s see how!
Who has the time to run by the credit union to deposit a check? By applying for a checking account, you’ll be able to set up direct deposit, enroll in remote deposit, get a debit card, and have your money when you need it. You can even make your loan payments online. Save yourself some time by having easier access to your money!
Everybody wants to have more money, right? At the U of I Community Credit, we strive to help you save money by providing multiple ways to avoid monthly fees on the account. In addition, we also have access to over 50,000 surcharge-free ATMs nationwide. Keep your money by applying for a checking account!
Paying your bills with cash or a money order can be a burden. If you’re tired of getting cash from a branch or ATM and then standing in line to pay for your bills, try out a checking account. Having a checking account can give you access to a debit card, online bill pay, and your own personal checks. Have access to your money when you need it!
Peace of Mind
Keeping cash on hand can be risky. We want to keep you, and your money, safe by giving you access to your money with a debit card. To keep you safe, our debit cards offer fraud monitoring and the ability to be cancelled at any time. Spend safely with the U of I Community Credit Union.
We’re here to make life easy. Applying for a checking account today can save you time, money, help make managing your finances easier, and even give you peace of mind. Let us be your financial coaches on your journey through life.
If you’re ready to get started, apply for a checking account today!