|Now offering free online Home Banking services - check
your balance and history, transfer or withdraw funds, make
Problems Accessing Online Banking?|
If you are
experiencing problems with It's Me 247 Online Banking,
please check to see if your computer is using Internet
Explorer 5 or 6 (IE5 or IE6). A
recent bulletin from Microsoft has alerted us that Internet
Explorer versions 5 and 6 are no longer supported by
Microsoft, and that these browsers can no longer be considered
offers two new browser versions IE7 and IE8 and both are
free. IE Version 9 is also available in beta-test mode
however, we are not encouraging our members to upgrade to this
supported web browsers include Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome,
and Apple Safari. For links to download the new
browsers, please click here:
|If you receive the following texts or emails from CUNA or
the "National Credit Union Association", please do not respond
or click on any links provided.
"Please call immediately about
restrictions placed on your account -
"Your Credit Union Rewards
THIS IS AN IDENTITY THEFT SCAM! Please do not call
the number or click any e-mail links!
Someone is trying to get your personal information. Neither
CUNA nor Degussa Employees Federal Credit Union
sent out this email. Please be aware that the credit union
does not collect your personal information in this manner.
If you are concerned about identify theft, please contact
the credit union to ensure that your account information is
correct. Verify all statements to ensure that the
transactions are correct. Use It's Me 247 home
banking to keep an eye on your account history.
and Audio Response
247 is our online banking service, available to all members
at no charge.
||Review Account Balances including any
pending debit card transactions as well as dividends and interest
for IRS reporting. |
||View your account history for the past
12 months, including cleared checks|
||Transfer funds between accounts,
including loan payments - one time, or on a recurring basis|
||View pending electronic funds transfers
(payrolls, retirement checks)|
||Nickname your accounts to make it easier
to read statements (e.g. "Dodge Truck Loan" instead of "Loan Number
Most accounts are automatically enrolled - simply click here, then log on
using your share account number and PIN number.
CU*TALK Audio Response
Access your account anytime, day or night, using
this convenient and easy-to-use system. The system will guide you
through each step of the way.
The system welcomes you, and asks for your Credit Union Access
Enter "810 #" for Degussa Employees Federal Credit Union.
The system asks for your Share Account number. Enter your Share
Account, then press the "#" sign.
The system asks for your password or PIN Number. Enter your PIN
Number, then press the "#" sign.
Your PIN Number was initially
assigned as the last 4 digits of your Social Security Number, but we
encourage you to change it frequently. If you forget your PIN
number, please call the Credit Union at 251-443-3598.
CU*TALK Main Menu
||1 Balance Inquiry |
||2 Financial Transactions,
||3 Hear current rates and estimate
||4 Change your PIN|
||5 Log on to a different Account|
||6 Other CU services, including
location and hours|
||8 Repeat this menu|
||9 End the
||0 How to use CU*TALK|
Commonly-used suffix codes:
CU*TALK may ask you for the suffix code on your account.
Typically, these are:
||000 Primary Share Account|
||030 Primary Checking Account |
||010 Christmas Club |
||300-399 Certificates of Deposit|
Monday - Friday
8:30AM - 4:30PM
2013 Holiday Schedule
The credit union will be
November 28th -
November 29th -
December 25th -
December 31st -
1:30 p.m.) New Years Eve
While we may be closed on these days, please remember you can
always conduct your credit union transactions through our home
banking system - ITS ME
247 - or CU*TALK audio response
(Access Code 810)
Your Savings are Insured
Credit union funds are insured to $250,000 by the
National Credit Union Administration, a U.S. Government
Agency, and backed by the full faith and credit of the United States
Find out more about Federal insurance on savings with NCUA's Share
Insurance Tool Kit - click here.
Federal Credit Union does not ask for account numbers, passwords or
Social Security Numbers through e-mail. If you receive a request for
this information, you should delete it immediately.