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Collins Community Credit Union

Direct Deposit

With direct deposit, there is no need to run your checks to the bank on payday. At Collins Community Credit Union, we accept payroll and direct deposit from all employers and the US Government. Direct deposit is a convenient way for you to make regular deposits to your share savings and checking accounts.

Internal Transfers

Once the direct deposit has been made, you can easily determine where your money should go. Using our transfer form, you can designate where the funds should be placed and have them moved to different account types or numbers at the credit union. These forms are available at all of our branches, or transfers can be set up on CU Online.

Automatic Payments

Pay your bills automatically with your debit card. These auto-debits can be useful when you are paying for insurance, utilities, investments and more. To initiate, change, or cancel these auto-debits, you must contact the individual companies. Our routing number 273972949.

Questions?

If you have questions, please call our Member Contact Center at 800-475-1150 or click on send us a live chat during regular business hours.

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