All SCCU Checking accounts have a VISA Debit/ATM card option. Each checking account, except for Teen Checking, requires an initial $25 deposit.
Check printing services may be used through SCCU; prices dependent on check styles. If you wish to use an outside vendor for your check printing, please give us a call at 1-800-569-4167 during normal business hours to get the correct account information.
*The rate for the AMP checking account is variable and is subject to change at any time. 15 non-ATM debit card transactions must be swiped and posted to the account in order to be counted for the qualifying 15 swipes. This account must have E-statements and a valid e-mail address in order to be eligible for the dividend rate. AMP accounts that do not meet the requirements in a statement cycle will receive a reduced rate dividend. Please see an SCCU employee for details.
**Bill Pay requires online banking. Agreement to online banking also enrolls a user into Electronic Statements. Should you also require paper statements with your online banking account, there is a monthly fee (please refer to a current fee schedule).
***Please refer to an SCCU employee for details on Courtesy Pay availability, fees, acquisition of privilege, and repayment. Courtesy Pay and the VISA Debit Card are subject to approval. Accounts will be charged the standard Overdraft fee of $32.00 for handling each overdraft created by checks, ACH, Point-of-Sale, ATM withdrawal, in-person withdrawal, or other electronic items that are paid and $32.00 for items returned. An overdrawn balance must be repaid within 30 days. We may not pay items under your overdraft privilege if you do not maintain your account in good standing by bringing your account balance to a positive balance within every thirty (30) day period for a minimum period of 24 hours, if you default on any loan or other obligation to SCCU or if your account is subject to any legal or administrative order or levy.
****Cash Back Checking requires enrollment in eStatements and a valid email address. Debit transactions must post to the account during the statement cycle to earn the 5 cents per transaction. A lump sum deposit will be made at the end of each statement cycle.