We've gone contactless
Tap to pay for a simple and secure checkout experience.
Tap to pay with your RCU Visa® cards
To keep everyday purchases safe and convenient for our cardholders, RCU Visa credit and debit cards feature contactless technology. Many merchants offer this touchless payment option to help save time and make paying at checkout simple and secure.
What's to love about contactless technology?
Experience a touch-free way to pay.
Each transaction has the same trusted security as a chip card to protect your information.
Tapping to pay is faster than inserting your card.
Look for the Contactless Symbol on the merchant terminal, tap to pay and go!
How to Pay?
Find the Contactless Symbol at checkout.
Simply tap your contactless Visa card on the checkout terminal.
Your payment is processed in seconds.
Where can I use my contactless card?
You can tap to pay wherever you see the Contactless Symbol at checkout. Millions of merchants around the world accept contactless payments, including fast food restaurants, grocery stores, pharmacies, and more. If you don’t see the Contactless Symbol, you can still use your contactless card by inserting it at a chip‑enabled terminal or swiping at a magnetic strip terminal.
Looking to get an RCU Visa debit or credit card?
All RCU Visa® cards come with contactless technology. Get started and apply today!
The Contactless Symbol and Contactless Indicator are trademarks owned by and used with permission of EMVCO, LLC.
Not a Member?
Begin your loan application. Review our Membership requirements below to determine if you are eligible.
Already a Member?
Log in to RCU online banking to start your prefilled application.
You can become a Member of RCU if you meet any of the following:
- You live, work or own a business in the counties of Sonoma, Marin, Napa, Mendocino, Lake, San Francisco, Solano, or Contra Costa.
- You are an immediate family member of a current RCU Member.
- You work for a designated Select Employer Group.
To check the status of your credit card, view any loan conditions, or upload any requested documents.
PPP Forgiveness Application Deadline
Congress passed The Economic Aid Act which changed the deferment period from 6 months post covered period to 10 months post covered period. For example, if your covered period ended June 30, 2021, under the new guidelines the earliest your first loan payment wouldn’t be due until April 2022, and you have until then to request forgiveness. Please use the following calculation to help you identify when your forgiveness will be due:
- PPP borrowers may select a covered period anywhere from 8 weeks to 24 weeks.
- RCU is automatically calculating your loan due date based on a 24-week covered period, if you intend on using a shorter covered period please inform us immediately as this will impact your due date.
- Your correct deadline will be reflected in your online banking account.
If all or part of your PPP loan is not forgiven, your first loan payment will be due the first of the following month after a decision is made by the SBA.
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