Paying bills quickly and easily is one of the things you'll love about Bill Pay. The other things are managing your monthly bills and payees when and where you need to. Set everything up in Online Banking, then set up payments from there or through Mobile Banking. Oh...you'll need a WSECU checking account too.
We’re all about eco-friendly, and e-statements help keep things a little tidier all the way around. You can sign up for them under the Documents tab in Online Banking, be notified by e-mail when they’re available for viewing and know they’re securely stored for you. No more hard copies to file and shred!
Mobile Banking is account management on the go. Having the ability to check balances, keep tabs on activity and transfer funds on the spot – along with several other features – is very handy and pretty much the norm these days. We’re happy to oblige.
You have a choice – browser or app – but you'll want the app because...wait for it...you get Mobile Deposit!
Online Banking is one of the ways we help you make banking the most enjoyable hassle of your day. And when there’s access to check balances and activity, transfer funds, pay bills and more whenever you need it, banking really isn’t a hassle at all, right?
Shared Branching is the cooperative spirit in action. Thanks to a partnership with several of our fellow credit unions, you have WSECU branches away from home at over 5,000 participating credit unions. You can search for Shared Branches on our Locations page.
If you’d rather use a good old-fashioned phone to access your accounts, meet Telephone Banking. Our automated system lets you check account, loan and credit card balances, make transfers, check withdrawals and more. A quick call to our Contact Center for an access code will get you started. We also offer a guide with a detailed list of available services.
|Account||Minimum Balance||APY*||Rate||Account Limitations|
|Business Interest Checking||$2,000.00||0.11%||0.10%||$2,000.00 Minimum Average Daily Balance5|
*Annual Percentage Yield Effective Date: January 5, 2015
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