Seattle Credit Union branches are staffed with friendly, knowledgeable people who can help you with any transaction you have, but even they have to sleep sometime. If you can’t make it to the branch during regular hours, you still have great options.
Deposit without counting and without envelopes
The days of digging envelopes from the back of a bin on the wall are over. Seattle Credit Union ATMs are now envelope-free, and that makes deposits easier than ever.
Deposit up to 30 checks or 50 bills at once without having to total them. Simply put the stack of bills or checks into the ATM, and the total will appear on the screen for you to accept. You’ll also see an image of every check you deposit along with the amount, so you can verify that the ATM scanned it correctly.
When you accept the deposit, you can elect to get pictures of your deposited checks printed on your receipt as well as the denominations of your cash deposits. Never wonder whether you deposited that birthday check from grandma again.
ATM safety and security - our highest priority
New Seattle Credit Union ATMs have the latest security features to help keep you and your accounts safe, including:
You can do your banking at any Seattle Credit Union ATM and be confident that you and your transaction are safe.
If you can’t get to a branch to access your Seattle Credit Union accounts, you can use one of more than 28,000 surcharge-free ATMs across the country that are part of the Co-op Network. Many ATMs accept deposits to your Seattle Credit Union accounts, so you don’t have to carry cash or checks around until you get home.
7-Eleven has partnered with the CU Service Centers Network to provide surcharge-free access to your Seattle Credit Union accounts at more than 2,200 7-Eleven stores across the country. At a Vcom kiosk you can:
Look for the CU Service Centers Network logo on select Vcom kiosks to know you’re in the right place.
All branches will be closed on the following days.