Member assistance program

personal banking

Skip the checkbook

Our VISA Debit Cards are a convenient and reliable option for everyday purchases without the hassle of carrying bulky cash or dealing with a checkbook. WRCU VISA Debit Cards function like an ATM card and a check and can be added to your Mobile Wallet.

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Perks

  • Convenience of paying directly from your account
  • Secure – Our cards are backed by fraud protection
  • Safer than carrying cash or checkbook
  • Wide ATM network
  • Readily accepted
  • Access your account history online with HomeTeller
  • MyCardRules App
  • Mobile Wallet
  • MoneyDesktop and MoneyMobile
  • Travel Notes – Contact WRCU to add Travel Notes to your WRCU Debit Card in the event something goes awry while you’re traveling. Consider applying for a WRCU Credit Card to travel with you in the event something goes awry funds can easily be transferred with both cards on your account.
  • White River Credit Union Mobile App

Access our online banking tools

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Extra, Extra!

  • All of our checking accounts come with a VISA debit card
  • 24/7 VISA Transaction Assistance Line: (360) 825-4833 ext. 6 option 1
  • Member PIN Select (360) 825-4833 ext. 6 option 3
  • Member Visa Card Activation (360) 825-4833 ext. 6 option 2
  • Lost/Stolen Visa (360) 825-4833 ext. 6 During Business hours option 4 – After Business Hours option 5
  • WRCU Visa Department (during business hours (360) 825-4833 ext. 6

Don’t have a card?

Simply contact us to request a Debit Card for your checking account, (360) 825-4833 ext. 6 option 4.

services

There’s comfort in convenience

White River Credit Union makes banking more convenient with services that help you along the way.

Direct Deposit

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Automatic Transfers

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What else should you consider?

ID theft continues to be one of the most damaging types of fraud. A 2015 Javelin Strategy & Research report found that 12.7 million Americans were victimized by identity theft in the past year, translating into a total of $16 billion in losses.

While older adults are not the exclusive targets of ID theft, they can be especially susceptible to victimization, and the impact can be devastating. Identity thieves use the information to open new accounts, misuse checking or saving accounts, rent housing, obtain medical care or employment, or to obtain government records such as tax returns. Some thieves even use stolen identities when being charged with crimes.

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