Online Banking Information

Online Banking Information.  You can reset your password without calling the Credit Union.  You can even sign up through the Online Banking Module.  New Online Banking users need to click on the E-Statements Tab to sign up for electronic statements.

Online Banking gives you the convenience of viewing your account information online live at no cost to you!

You are able to

  • view up to 6 months of history
  • view images of the checks you have written by simply clicking on the check number
  • sort by check number
  • sort by description
  • transfer money within your Credit Union accounts
  • request check withdraws

Sign up - To sign up simply go to the Online Banking Box on the left hand side of the page and click on New User.  You select a user name, answers several basic information questions and enter your email address.  The answers to the information questions must match the information on file at the Credit Union. If you have problems setting up the account, call the credit union and speak to a member services representative to verify or update the information we have on file.

Password Reset - If you have lost or forgotten your Online Banking password, simply go to the Online Banking Box and click on Forgot Password. Follow the prompts and a temporary password will be sent to the email you have on file with the Credit Union.

E-Statements - Sign in to Online Banking and click on the Statements Tab, if you have not already signed up for E-Statements, a prompt to sign up will appear.  All future statements will be E-Statements. You may opt-out of E-Statements at any time by going to the bottom of the Statements Page and selecting Click here to opt-out of E-Statements.

Secure Email – Securely email the credit union through online banking. Select the Messages tab to compose a read emails.  Emails will be read and responses sent during regular Credit Union business hours.

Special Privileges - Set up an Online Banking Link to another member’s accounts. For example: this is a useful way to fund a college student’s account and is available 24 - 7. Complete the Transfer Agreement, sign and return it to the Credit Union.  We do require both the sending and receiving members to sign the agreement as the sender of the funds will see the balance in the receiver’s account.  Feel free to call the Credit Union to discuss this option.


Sign up for online banking and e-statements. Save a tree by GOING GREEN and receiving your statements electronically. The great thing is that you will also be helping the environment by cutting down on the amount of paper mail you receive and the amount deposited into landfills! An email notification is sent each time a new statement is available.


Phishing is an internet scam to steal your personal and account information. In a common type of phishing scam, individuals receive e-mails that appear to come from their financial institution. The e-mail may look authentic, right down to the use of the institution's logo and marketing slogans. The e-mails often describe a situation that requires immediate attention and then warn that the account will be terminated unless the e-mail recipients verify their account information by clicking on a provided link. The link will take the e-mail recipient to a screen that asks for account information. While it may appear to be a page sponsored by a legitimate financial institution, the information will actually go to the con artist who sent the e-mail. If you should receive such an e-mail, do not use the links provided. Call the institution by phone or close the email and then go to the website listed on your favorites list.

Credit Union Financial Statements

The credit union financial statements are available for your review at the credit union upon request. 

Texting Scam Alert

Texting Scam Alert!


There are growing reports of scammers sending text messages asking for personal account information. The message will say that your account has been compromised and that you will need to call and verify your information. When called, you are prompted by an automatic message system to leave your account number, pin number, password and your social security number.

We are advising you, our members, not to respond to this text.


Wawa Employee's Credit Union NEVER sends text messages ASKING FOR YOUR INFORMATION.

Our Card Fraud Department DOES SEND TEXT messages to verify transactions deemed possible fraud.