Exploring Ways to Access Your Account - Online Check Deposit
Don’t have time to stop into a Branch or Service Center to make your deposit, but need your funds credited to your account right away?
Online Check Deposit Offers
- Ability to deposit checks without visiting a Branch, Service Center or ATM
- Ability to deposit multiple checks into your account at one time
- A receipt for your deposit(s)
Depositing Checks Online is Quick and Easy
Login to Online Banking from computer. Click on DEPOSIT CHECKS.
You will be taken to the Check Deposits window. Indicate the number of checks you’d like to deposit and the total dollar amount.
Using the drop-down menu, select the account in which you’d like to deposit your check.
Review the information that you have entered. If you have made a mistake, click PREV to go to a previous screen. If everything is correct, click SUBMIT. Based upon your account history with the Credit Union and your credit score, some or all of your deposited funds may be available for immediate withdrawal.
Lastly, mail your deposit to us immediately to ensure we receive it within seven days.
* Online Check Deposit is an electronic deposit notification for any checks, except foreign checks, deposited via mail. By enrolling in this service, you understand and agree to the following: SF Fire Credit Union will provisionally credit your account with deposited funds and those funds will be released upon receipt and verification of your deposit. Additional holds may apply. All checks must be endorsed by all payees, contain the transaction number below your endorsement, and received within 7 business days from the date of transaction. The check must have been issued within the last six months, and payable to only you and any additional owner(s) of the account. Provisional credit will be automatically deducted from your account if deposit is not received by the end of the 7th business day. SF Fire Credit Union is not responsible for any lost or delayed mail. We reserve the right to make exceptions in individual cases.