Why stand in line?

Don't stand in line or worry about lost, stolen or destroyed checks! Most employers and government agencies offer the convenience of direct deposit.

Direct deposit is an option that allows for the transfer of funds without the hassle associated with paper checks.

The benefits:

  • Have your payroll, retirement income, or tax refunds directly deposited to your credit union account. Authorize either a portion of your check to be deposited or the entire net pay.
  • It is a convenient way to save or repay a loan.
  • Eliminate time consumed by "banking" errands.
  • Ensure timeliness of postings: eliminates reliance on postal service.
  • Safety: easily traceable
  • You can distribute the funds between accounts or make loan payments automatically.

How to enroll:

  • Ask your employer if they participate in a direct deposit program through an Automatic Clearing House (ACH).
  • Simply provide your employer with our routing and transit number: 222380388 and member number*
  • Contact the Credit Union to setup direct deposit transfers to pay loans and other account distributions

* Please contact the Credit Union for more specific information.

For deposits to your CHECKING ACCOUNT:

  • Include your 14 digit checking account number. This can be found at the bottom of your checks starting with 1222. Be sure to include all 14 digits. If you do not have checks, please contact ServU Credit Union for assistance.
  • Choose “CHECKING” when asked which type of account you are depositing to
  • If this is for a tax return or other type of Federal deposit such as Social Security, then you must be a primary or joint owner of this account.
  • Do not include the -8 number that is listed in online banking or your statement. This number is for internal use only. 

For deposits to your SAVINGS ACCOUNT:

  • Include your member number only – do not include the -1 that is listed in online banking or your statement. This number is for internal use only.
  • Choose “SAVINGS” when asked which type of account you are depositing to.
  • If this is for a tax return or other type of Federal deposit such as Social Security, then you must be a primary or joint owner of this account.

For deposits to your DEBIT CLEARING ACCOUNT:

  • Include your 14 digit debit clearing account number. This entire number is not listed on your statements or within online banking. Please contact ServU Credit Union to receive the entire 14 digit number for this account.
  • Choose “CHECKING” when asked which type of account you are depositing to. 
  • If this is for a tax return or other type of Federal deposit such as Social Security, then you must be a primary or joint owner of this account.
  • Do not include the -8 number that is listed in online banking or your statement. This number is for internal use only. 

If you have any questions regarding your account number, please contact ServU Credit Union for assistance. If incorrect information is entered, your deposits may be delayed or returned to the sender.