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Online & Mobile Banking

We offer convenient online and mobile access with easy-to-use banking tools that give you the control you need, around the clock.

 
  • Set alerts on account activity.
  • Mobile deposit checks with the app.
  • Pay bills wherever you are.
  • Check Balances before you shop.
  • Transfer funds between accounts or
    other RCU Members.
  • 30,000 Free ATMs — find the one nearest you.
  • Create a budget and manage your money.
  • Apply for loans with quick & local decisions.

To begin using mobile banking, you must be enrolled
in RCU Online banking.

Online & Mobile Banking

Download the RCU mobile app
Download on the App Store
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FAQs about RCU Online & Mobile Banking



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If you’ve forgotten your RCU Online banking Username, password, or other login information, follow the directions below to get help now.

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Still need help?

Contact our Member Service Center at 1 (800) 479-7928, Monday through Friday from 7am to 8pm or Saturday from 8am to 5pm PST.

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First Mortgages

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Features

  • Home loans for purchase or refinance
  • Loans for primary residence, second homes and investment properties
  • Low rates on fixed and variable loans
  • Low down payment options
  • Loans up to $2 million

 

  • Home equity loans and lines of credit available
  • Loans for primary residence, second homes and investment properties
  • Low fixed and variable rate options
  • Loans up to $500,000

 

  • Unique loan that allows homeowner convert a portion of home’s equity into cash
  • Can provide income for retirement and estate planning
  • Reverse loans are available for Members 62 years and older
  • Loans available regardless of income
  • Amount borrowed depends on factors such as value of home, current interest rate and borrower’s age

 

To Learn More or Apply

Call our helpful mortgage experts at 1 (800) 609-9009.

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Personal Loan Rate Tiers

Top 4 Credit Union Myth Busters

Myth #1: Credit unions are exactly the same as banks

Truth: Credit unions provide the same services as banks, but we do it differently. Banks exist to earn profits for their stockholders. A credit union is owned and run by its members as a cooperative, which means our focus is on people, not profits. For you, that means fewer and lower fees, better rates and exceptional service.

Myth #2: You can’t get a variety of products and services

Truth: Credit unions offer the same range of financial services as a bank, like debit and credit cards, online banking, mobile apps, auto loans and more. The difference is credit unions have fewer fees and lower rates – we use our profits to save you money.

Myth #3: Credit unions are not convenient

Truth: Remember paying a fee when you use an ATM from another bank? RCU is part of the CO-OP Network, giving you convenient FREE access to more than 30,000 ATMs at other credit unions, 7-Eleven and Costco locations. That’s more than any bank! Plus, you can do many transactions online or on your phone without ever having to visit a branch.

Myth #4: Only some people can join a credit union

Truth: While credit unions are chartered to serve specific regions or communities, nearly everyone is eligible to join and benefit.

Now you know the truth. Come experience the difference & bank easier with RCU!

Compare Nationwide ATM Access

Are you tired of paying a fee when you use an ATM from another bank? RCU is part of the CO-OP Network, giving you convenient FREE access to more than 30,000 ATMs at other credit unions, 7-Eleven and Costco locations. That’s more than any bank! 1

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Wells Fargo

Bank of America

Chase

ATM Access

FREE
31,
000+  locations nationwide
3 free per month for
non-RCU/CO-OP ATMs 2

Free at 12,000+ locations nationwide
$2.50 per transaction at non-Wells Fargo ATMs

Free at 17,000+ locations nationwide
$2.50 per transaction at non-B of A ATMs

Free at 20,000 locations nationwide
$2 per transaction at non-Chase ATMs

1 Fee & ATM information collected from bank websites 8/13/14
2 $1 each thereafter

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Compare ATM Access

Are you tired of paying a fee when you use an ATM from another bank? RCU is part of the CO-OP Network, giving you convenient FREE access to more than 30,000 ATMs at other credit unions, 7-Eleven and Costco locations. That’s more than any bank! 1

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ATM Access Comparison

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Redwood Credit Union serves anyone living, working or owning a business in California’s Northern Bay Area, which includes the counties of Sonoma, Marin, Napa, Mendocino, Lake, San Francisco, Contra Costa and Solano. We look forward to serving you!

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