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Frequently Asked Questions

We’ve heard from you and gathered our most frequently asked questions to help you get your answers faster.

Getting Started

To sign up for online banking, please click here. You will need your member number and Call24/online banking PIN number, provided to you at account opening. Watch our video on getting started with online banking here.

Our mobile app can be downloaded from the App Store or Google Play. Learn more about getting started with our app and its additional features here.

To download a printable form for deposit, withdrawal, transfer or payment, please click here.

Watch our instructional video to learn how to move money between your own accounts or to other people quickly and securely using online or mobile banking.

Making Payments

How can I make a loan payment to Service Credit Union?

Service Credit Union makes it easy to pay your loan. Please visit our Make a Payment page to review your options.

In online banking, select “Pay a Bill,” and choose whether you are paying a U.S. or International Bill.

If using the mobile app, select “Bill Pay” from your options list.

Select “pay” from top list of options to schedule a payment.

Choose where the payment is coming from, and then select the payee from your checking account, and select amount.

Select payee and date, and schedule as a one-time or repeat transfer.

Learn more about sending payments in local currencies with our International Bill Pay feature.

Card Management

If I lose my debit or credit card, can I turn off my card to prevent any fraud from occurring?

Yes, you can control your card functionality through our mobile app or online banking. Tap “More” then “Card Control” in the Service CU mobile app or “Financial Tools” then “Control Control” in online banking to view your debit and credit cards in one spot and turn your cards on or off, set up alerts and spending limits by vendor type, spend amount, and location. You can even set limits for dependents’ credit cards, or anyone else on a joint account.

To activate your new card, please call 800.992.3808.

Yes, the new renewal card will keep the same PIN as the expiring card.

Depending on the nature of your dispute, you may be required to block your card and get a new card number. If there is fraudulent activity on your credit card or debit card, you will be required to block the card per VISA rules. If you are filing a dispute for something other than fraud (e.g. non-receipt of merchandise or services, credit not processed or incorrect amount processed), you will not be required to block the card.

Please contact your local Service Credit Union branch or our Contact Center at 1.800.936.7730 (U.S.) or 00800.4728.2000 (International) to update your account with your dates and location of travel.

ATM Usage

What’s my daily ATM limit?

$1000.00 USD (or the foreign currency equivalent).*

The charge that is waived when using a surcharge-free ATM is the fee that the owner of the ATM charges. The $2.00 fee is assessed by Service Credit Union when a member uses a non-Service Credit Union ATM. Depending on the checking account tier you have, you may qualify for up to $30 monthly for ATM reimbursements. Please click here for more information.

What non-Service Credit Union branches can I make transactions at?

Today, members can conduct Service Credit Union transactions at 5,000 shared branch locations and nearly 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs worldwide. Make deposits, withdrawals, transfers, account inquiries and other transactions at convenient locations near work, home, shopping and travel locations. Please click here to see a list of locations.

Fee Schedule

Updating/Closing an Account

No, you do not need to close your account if you are changing stations or going on deployment. If you’re a Service Credit Union member, you’ll remain a member for life.

That’s why we offer special services to make life easier both stateside and overseas, whether it’s our full-service mobile app, 24/7 Contact Center, access to thousands of shared branch locations and surcharge-free ATMs or International Bill Pay. Learn more now.

*Limit may be less if SCU network is temporarily unavailable. Terminals not owned by SCU, which may be accessed by your debit card, may have additional limitations.

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