We are all going through a scary, trying time. Stay-at-home orders, social distancing, and closed restaurants have many of us worried. There is an end in sight. We’re all in this together, and we will persevere.
Our lobbies may be closed at our two locations, but our drive-throughs are still open. One way we’re here for you at Volt Credit Union is through our online banking services. You can access your financial information 24/7, from a computer or mobile device. Today’s blog outlines what you can do with online banking from Volt Credit Union.
Online banking through Volt Credit Union allows you to see up-to-the-minute balance and history information. This is particularly helpful as you manage your weekly shopping trips, watch for your stimulus check from the IRS, and determine how best to navigate your finances as you stay at home with your family.
Not sure if a payment cleared? Want to see if your mortgage company received their payment? Waiting to see $1,200 or more from the IRS? Check your transactions through online banking services at Volt Credit Union. You can make loan payments and pay your bills online, too. You don’t have to keep an eye on your account every moment, because we can send you alerts when transactions go through!
Do you like to manage your finances all in one place? Send and receive money transfers via online banking at Volt Credit Union. Transfer funds from checking to savings accounts, or from an online account that receives government benefits related to the current Coronavirus outbreak, including money you receive from unemployment.
The Volt Mobile App gives you the convenience of online banking through your smartphone. Check balances, transfer funds, pay bills, and deposit checks. Volt Credit Union values your security: you can access your mobile app through your fingerprint!
Online Banking at Volt Credit Union
Volt Credit Union is an essential business, and we’re open in a limited capacity. We can answer any questions you have about our online banking services. Contact Volt Credit Union or call (417) 862-0471 for more information.
We hope you and your loved ones are safe, happy, and healthy during these trying times.