Placing Stop Payments on Checks and Transactions
Stop payments can be placed on certain types of checks and transactions. Here are some tips for placing or requesting stop payments on your account.
Federal Regulation D requires financial institutions to restrict transfers and third-party withdrawals from savings accounts to six per month. Read on for details to help you avoid reaching the transfer limit and for alternatives if you need to access your savings after you've reached it.
The difference between Direct Deposit and Payroll Deduction
Learn the difference between Direct Deposit and Payroll Deduction and how to set them up.
Read our frequently asked questions about our new Platinum Visa EMV chip-enabled cards.
How to Activate Your Card and Choose or Change Your PIN
A quick call to the number listed on the sticker on the front of the card (866.861.5416) will activate it and let you select a Personal Identification Number (PIN).
How Overdraft Privilege Works
Our checking accounts can be tied to a number of products for overdraft protection, but sometimes you need an additional safety net for unexpected expenses. That's where Overdraft Privilege (ODP) comes in.
Protecting You from Card Fraud
One of our top priorities is to protect you from fraud. To do so, we use Visa USA's fraud monitoring service. This service continuously monitors your WSECU debit, credit and ATM cards to help identify and prevent fraudulent transactions.
Troubleshooting Denied Card Transactions
The following tips can help you troubleshoot some common reasons card transactions could be declined.
WSECU created Security Central to give you a resource to learn more about fraud so you'll know how to identify it when you see it.
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.