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DIGITAL BANKING OPTIONS, ATM's AND LOANS

Here are several ways to access your money and complete transactions without coming into a branch.  Our drive-thru's are open, and we're here for you, just keep in mind that if you need assistance setting up Online or Mobile banking, our staff members can will walk you through the process.  Just give us a call at 316.941.0600.

  • Online Banking: Enroll in WFCU Online Banking by calling 316.941.0600, or Click "Enroll in Online Banking"  from the Online Banking home page.

  • Mobile app and Mobile Deposit. Download the WFCU mobile banking app to transfer money between your accounts, transfer payments to your WFCU loans and credit cards, and transfer money to friends and family fast through our secure Bill Pay online.

MAKE DEPOSITS

Mobile Deposit. You have the ability to deposit personal checks on the go with your iPhone or Android's mobile banking app or home computer’s scanner.  It's free, convenient and secure. Just open the app and snap a photo of the front and back of your endorsed check.

MAKE WITHDRAWLS

CO-OP ATM's.  There are over 60 surcharge-free* ATMs in Wichita, where you can access your money.  There's even an ATM locator available. From your app store, search CO-OP ATM and download the app to find ATMs near you. 

CO-OP ATM Locator:                                          Text a Zip Code to 91989 to find nearby ATMs                        Call 888-748-3266 to find an ATM
iPhone or Android

MAKE YOUR PAYMENTS

Bill Pay. WFCU’s bill pay is available within the mobile app and online banking. You can create one-time and scheduled payments quickly and conveniently.

Express Pay. Express Pay is a service for WFCU members to make a one-time WFCU loan payment from another financial institution. A $10 convenience fee per transaction will apply. Payments can be made with: VISA®️ debit cards, MasterCard®️ debit or credit cards, and Discover®️ debit or credit cards.   

Online and Mobile Banking Transfers. Transfer funds from your WFCU Checking or Savings accounts to your WFCU loan accounts on the go.

Online loan payments. Pay your Mortgage loan by check or with a non-WFCU debit card for a small fee. 

Debit/Credit card. Paying everyday bills with your debit or credit card is easy, convenient, and more secure than mailing in cash. You can easily stick to your budget and keep track of your spending electronically with WFCU's mobile app, online banking and monthly statements.

Skip-A-Pay. This program allows you the opportunity to apply in online banking to defer your loan payment(s) for one month and is available now.  Skip-A-Pay is available on most consumer loans and is subject to approval.

GET A CASHIER'S CHECK

Cashier’s checks are available at drive-thru locations. Or you can call 316.941.0600 to schedule a time to pick up a check.

ACCESS YOUR SAFE DEPOSIT BOX

If you need access to your safe deposit box, please reach out to us at 316.941.0600 to schedule an appointment.

APPLY FOR A LOAN

Current Loan Offers

 
 
CALL 316.941.0600 FOR:
Questions regarding your accounts
Debit or credit card replacements
Loan applications

 

PROTECT YOUR ACCOUNTS

In times of uncertainty, it is important to pay close attention to your accounts, and to keep your private information safe from potential scams. 

  • Never reveal personal financial information. WFCU will never ask for personal information in an unsolicited phone call, text, or email. Don’t ever give your personal information (including PIN, over-the-phone password, SSN, DOB, etc.) to anyone calling you to ask you for it.
  • Don’t share your online banking login info. Never give your online banking username/password or card/PIN to someone else. 
  • Don't open attachments and links in unsolicited emails. Take extra care when opening attachments in emails, as they may contain viruses or malware. Be extra careful if you’re receiving emails claiming to be sent by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or the World Health Organization (WHO). Instead of opening unsolicited emails, visit their reputable websites directly for updates.
  • Tips. Take a look at these guidelines from the Federal Trade Commission concerning scammers and the pending government aid.