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Save Yourself Time and Hassle with Direct Deposit

Do you manually deposit your paycheck into your checking account every time you get paid?

Let's take a look at the many benefits direct depositing your paycheck can give you:

  • Your Money is Safer

    When you use direct deposit, you never need to worry about your check arriving safely in the mail and there is no chance of losing it before getting to the bank. It will be automatically deposited into your checking account.

  • Access Your Money Faster

    A direct deposit is set up to automatically be deposited electronically into your checking account. So, no wait times for your check to clear, and you access your money sooner

  • Your Money is Available, Even if You Aren't

    If you're sick, on vacation, or just too busy to stop by to see us, your paycheck will still be deposited into your checking account. No worries, No hassles.

  • Paying Bills Online is Easier

    With your paycheck automatically deposited into your checking account, you can use our online bill pay system. You know exactly when the money will be in your checking account making it easier to pay your bills on time.

    Plus, you’ll save money on check printing and postage. Remember, the little things can add up to big rewards! 

To sign up for direct deposit complete our Switching Banks Checklist, visit your local branch or call us at 1-800-952-2043.

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