Earthquakes: Are You Prepared?
There has been a lot of news lately focusing on the Cascadian Subduction Zone; the fault line located 70 miles off the Pacific Northwest Coastline, spanning from Northern California to Vancouver Island.
Options for Withdrawing Cash
Debit and credit cards are convenient tools but sometimes you need to get your hands on cash. Here are some options available to you.
Ideas and Tips for Hassle-Free Travels
When you go on vacation, the last thing you want is to have trouble with access to your money. We don't want that for you either, so here is some information and some suggestions to prepare in advance so you can relax and enjoy your travels.
We can exchange Canadian bills at our branches. We are unable to accept other currencies or any foreign coins. Here are some tips for getting foreign currency.
WSECU provides automatic online (OFX) access to your account information that can be configured within your personal financial management software, such as Quicken. This process allows you to directly download your account information into your software.
Read the frequently asked questions about Online Banking.
If you have bills to pay, we have a tool for you. Bill Pay is a secure, convenient, free service you can access through Online Banking. Here are the answers to some of the most common questions we get about Bill Pay.
Many of you pay bills – or eventually will – through online banking or a bill pay product. In fact, over the last year WSECU members have paid 1,371,440 bills online just with us alone. What does that mean to you and what is the best option for keeping your billers and payments organized?
Have a check to deposit? Even if you can't make it into one of our branches, you've got options.
Calendar Photo Contest: Time to Enter!
Our annual Calendar Photo Contest is underway…it's time to enter your favorite shots of people, places and things in Washington State!