Alliance Credit Union
800.232.8669 Routing Number : 321176804
800.232.8669   Routing Number : 321176804

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Existing Members: Open additional products by logging in to Online Banking

Attention Credit Card Holders :

Be sure to click on  your Alliance Credit Card in the Account Widget to see more details about your credit card including Minimum Payment Due, Transaction History, to view and print Statements or to enroll in eStatements.


System Upgrade

System Upgrade Completed

We successfully completed our system upgrade during the first weekend in July 2018.

As the credit union continues to grow, it became necessary for us to utilize a more robust system in order to offer our members more convenient products and services in the future.

Important Information:

FAQs:

Here are answers to some common questions.

NEW BENEFITS AVAILABLE AFTER THE SYSTEM UPGRADE

CREDIT CARDS

LOANS/LOAN BILLS

NEW BENEFITS AVAILABLE AFTER THE SYSTEM UPGRADE

1. WHAT IMPROVEMENTS WILL I SEE?

Online & Mobile Banking

Credit Card Display and Option Changes

Loan Statement and Payments

NEW Recurring Loan Payment Options

Vacation Club and Other Special Savings Accounts

2. WILL I NOTICE ANY CHANGES ON MY STATEMENTS?
  • The look of the statements will change, but the account information will remain the same.
  • Since members with multiple accounts get multiple statements, your new statement will be consolidated to include all your Deposit Accounts on one statement.
  • Based on member feedback, we have eliminated most of the white space starting with the September statements.
  • If you need access to statements prior to July 2018, please contact us. We are working to make those statements available via Online Banking in the near future.

CREDIT CARDS

3. WHY DON'T I SEE A PAYEMENT AMOUNT DUE WHEN I FIRST LOG IN?

You will need to click on your Alliance Credit Card to see more details about your credit card including Minimum Payment Due, Transaction History, to view and print Statements or to enroll in eStatements.

LOANS/LOAN BILLS

4. WHY AM I NOW RECEIVING LOAN BILLS INSTEAD OF COUPONS?

There are several benefits to receiving loan bills:

  • Transparency – As your credit union, we want to ensure you are aware of all of the transactions posted to your account on a monthly basis. Further, loan bills provide detailed account information such as balances, account numbers, rates, and due dates.
  • Security – Bills can be sent either paper or delivered to you electronically; whichever works best for you. Electronic statements arrive more quickly than paper statements and are securely stored and archived for you.
  • Mortgage Regulations – Alliance is required by regulators to provide members monthly mortgage loan bills; however, you may opt-out of receiving paper loan bills by logging onto online banking and signing up for eStatements. This will opt you into receiving all information via electronic delivery. If you are not an online banking user, register today for free.
5. I DON'T SEE MY ESCROW SAVINGS ACCOUNT IN ONLINE BANKING. WHAT HAPPENED TO THAT ACCOUNT?
Your escrow account is no longer a separate savings account- it has become a balance that is tracked with your mortgage loan. If you have an escrow account established for payment of taxes or insurance, you can view the breakdown of each payment to interest, loan principal and your escrow account from your mortgage loan transaction history. All members with escrow accounts will continue to receive an annual escrow account disclosure with a detailed analysis of both projected and actual payments, as well as information regarding any new amounts due.
6. I'VE ALREADY SIGNED UP FOR AN AUTO-TRANSFER OF MY LOAN PAYMENT FROM EITHER ALLIANCE CU OR ANOTHER FINANCIAL INSTITUTION. WHY AM I RECEIVING A BILL?
Monthly loan bills are generated for all loan accounts, when there has been either transaction activity or an amount becomes due. If you do not wish to receive printed copies of your loan bill, please enroll in electronic statements via online banking.

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