Is Your Checking Account Earning You Money?

With an active checking account at Educators Credit Union, you can start earning a Member Loyalty Reward!

 

 

On Nov. 30, Educators will be depositing up to $165 into accounts that have active checking. What’s active checking?

  • You deposit a check, receive an electronic deposit from a non-Educators Credit Union account, or receive a payroll direct deposit into your checking account at least once a month.
  • You make at least five transactions each month. These transactions can be any combination of using your debit card2, writing a check, making an automatic withdrawal or using Bill Pay. It does not include ATM withdrawals.

You then earn money for using Educators Credit Union products and services. To see the ways you can earn a Member Loyalty Reward, go to our Member Loyalty page.

 

BONUS: If Educators Credit Union increases our active checking account users by 20% on Nov. 30, any member with an active checking account in November receives a bonus reward.

 

 

1Educators Credit Union members will receive one Member Loyalty Reward per primary account holder social security number. A member can only receive one reward. Business accounts are eligible if their account uses an Employer Identification Number, not a social security number that is already linked to another Educators Credit Union account. The account earns a reward each month that builds to the Nov. 30 deposit. The account must be in good standing with Educators Credit Union for the member to participate in the reward that month. If a member’s checking account is negative due to Overdraft Privilege, that member is still eligible to participate in the program as long as the account is brought positive within the 35-day period. You can earn one monthly reward per service listed. For example, if you have multiple auto loans or leases, it will count as one service. Other restrictions may apply.
2ATM Withdrawals do not count as debit card transactions. Transfers from the checking share to another share, such as savings or loans, does not count as one of the five transactions.