How do I find my delta credit union member number?

You can find your Member Number in the upper right corner of the first page of your account statement or in Digital Banking (either desktop or the mobile app). To locate your Member Number in Digital Banking, log in and click on any deposit account.

How many digits is a Delta Community Credit Union account number?

Select the Deposit Account for which you would like the information. Select the Details tab. Click the “eye” icon (if unselected) to show the full 14 digit account number.

Does Delta Credit Union have Zelle?

Delta Community Credit Union has partnered with the Zelle® Network (“Zelle”) to enable a convenient way to transfer money between you and other Users using aliases, such as email addresses or mobile phone numbers (the “Zelle Payment Service,” as further described below).

Does Delta Airlines have a credit union?

Delta Community started out as a credit union for Delta Air Lines employees. In fact, we’ve been serving the financial needs of Delta employees and their families for over 80 years. And every year since 2007, we’ve made annual contributions to the Delta Employee and Retiree Care Fund.

What is member number?

A member number is a unique number assigned to each member in the credit union. This number serves as an identification number that helps us quickly locate your member profile when helping you.

How do I find my account number?

With your check in hand, you’ll typically find your nine-digit routing number in the bottom left corner of the check. After the routing number, you’ll see your account number. Don’t let those last few digits confuse you!

Is ACH number same as checking account number?

Account numbers are less standardized than ACH numbers, ranging from eight to 12 digits in most cases. While you share the same ACH routing number (or numbers) as all the other customers at your bank, your account number is uniquely your own. Think of these numbers like the address where you live.

What is an ACH number?

ACH stands for Automated Clearing House. To find your ACH routing number, first check your checkbook. It may be the nine-digit number to the left of your account number. ACH is an electronic money transfer system that lets individuals receive or send payments via the Federal ACH network of banks in the United States.

How do you redeem Dccu rewards?

Redeem your CURewards® points by logging into Online Banking or the Mobile App. If you do not have access to Online Banking, you can register here or contact 1-866-597-1575 to request a redemption.

What is an account suffix?

It’s a piece of information that identifies the exact account. For example, checking, savings, auto loan, etc. The transfer recipient can find that number in two places. In the mobile app, the suffix is found next to the account name on the Accounts page.

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