Online Banking

GET THE APP

Android App
Apple App

Online Banking

what you need, when you need it


covid-19 resource center 

For over 88 years, our top priority has been and continues to be the financial health and well-being of our members and community. With the developing news of COVID-19, we understand these are uncertain times with unplanned financial hardships. That is why we are taking even bolder steps to protect our Members and employee.

Quick Links


• HOW TO ENROLL – for NEW Online Banking Users

• New Features Overview

• SCU HOW2 Video Series - Personal Banking

• SCU HOW2 Video Series - Business Banking

• FAQ

 

new start checker flags

 

Banking Services to Help You Prosper

Living life on the go can be hectic. You don’t always have time to drop the kids at school, meet with clients, go to the grocery store, and get to the credit union. Seattle Credit Union understands, so we make it easy to access your accounts wherever you are. Seattle Credit Union members enjoy a suite of convenient services and tools for making their banking easier.

Click on any service below to learn more about how our services are built to help make our members' lives better.

ATM
Shared Branching icon
mobile app icon
online banking icon
digital wallet icon
loan payment icon
Bill Pay icon
cashier's check icon
direct deposit icon
overdraft protection icon
telephone banking icon
text message banking icon
wire-transfers icon
card valet icon
partner icon
loan protection icon
debt counseling icon
itin application assistance icon

Fees may apply. Click the button below for additional disclosures.

Additional Disclosures

mobile app icon bottommobile app icon middlemobile app icon top

how to enroll

FOR NEW ONLINE BANKING USERS

If you are NEW to Online Banking or the SCU app – now is a great time to get started! All you need is your personal information, SCU member number and checking or saving account number. The future of banking is electronic with web and mobile apps that save time and offer the convenience of anytime, anywhere banking.

 Enroll in / use SCU Online Banking

 

Apple app store icon. Google play store icon.

NEW FEATURES PUT YOUR FINANCES AT YOUR FINGERTIPS

STREAMLINED VIEWING OF ALL YOUR ACCOUNTS

Intuitive functionality makes it easy to view and manage your accounts, card controls and in-app alerts. You can check your balance, pay bills, transfer funds between SCU accounts and more.

ZELLE LETS YOU SEND/RECEIVE MONEY TO FRIENDS AND FAMILY IN MINUTES

Zelle is a quick, safe, easy way to transfer funds person-to-person. Instead of bringing a paycheck into the branch and separating out payments, now you can do it in just a few clicks without having to set up autopay.

If you are NEW to Zelle it's easy to set up. We'll provide a short SCU HOW2 video to walk you through the steps.

If you currently use Zelle with another financial institution, you have a choice to keep it there or move it to SCU – but Zelle can only be tied to one financial institution at a time. We recommend Zelle be tied to your primary account(s) used to transfer funds to friends and family (ie: primary checking or savings)

 

ACTIVATE A TRAVEL NOTICE OR SKIP-A-PAY WITH ONE CLICK

You can set a Travel Notice so SCU is not surprised to see credit or debit card purchases from an unusual location. And our anytime Skip-A-Pay program allows you to skip up to two monthly payments in a 12-month period on certain SCU loans. Starting July 8, both of these can be done with a simple click in Online Banking or the SCU app. No need to call or visit a branch.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Zelle Logo

 

safety & security 

There is no higher priority than the safety and security of our members, associates, and community. If you have questions or concerns, we're here for you at 206.398.5500 or send us a secure message through Online Banking.

Prevention

We have implemented enhanced cleaning in common areas, hand sanitizer, a safe social distance between members and associates, and a maximum capacity of people inside our branches to minimize the risk of person-to-person transmission of the virus. We are monitoring the latest information provided by the CDC, as well as, local health officials, and will update our procedures as needed based on their recommendations and guidelines.

Your Funds are Safe and Federally Insured

We want to assure you that in times of economic challenge, your  Seattle Credit Union deposits are safe. We are well-capitalized and strong. Your funds are federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) to at least $250,000 and backed by the full faith and credit of the United States government.

Be Aware of COVID-19 Scams

Unfortunately, scammers are taking advantage of the fears surrounding the COVID-19 outbreak. We want to share a few tips for protecting your private information:

  • Be aware and vigilant about false information related to cures, vaccinations, product shortages, and updates about the COVID-19 virus. Do not click links on any unsolicited emails or other electronic communications related to this topic. According to the U.S. Food & Drug Administration (FDA), there are currently no approved products available that can treat the virus.
  • If you are contacted and asked for online banking credentials, credit card numbers, or other Personal Identification Information (PII), be vigilant.
  • Be suspicious about any offer via email or telephone that appears too good to be true. Never provide PII on an unsolicited phone call or click any links on an unsolicited email. Always determine if the person or business you are interacting with is legitimate. If in doubt, go directly to the company's website or call a reputable number to verify any information.
  • Be careful about offers for work from home schemes, job opportunities, or any emails or texts that are about checks from the government. Government agencies do not communicate through social media outlets and will never ask you to pay a fee for a government grant.
  • Be aware of stimulus check cams: Some scammers may start using official-looking fake checks to steal money and confuse people into turning over personal information.
  • Checks from the government: The FTC predicts that the scammers are gearing up to take advantage of the upcoming government checks.
  • Coronavirus scams: What the FTC is Doing: The FTC has compiled some useful tips for keeping scammers at bay.
Top