A checking account that keeps it simple with no minimum balance.   It’s easy to manage your accounts anytime and anywhere when you access Online Banking or Mobile Banking.  You can view balances, transfer funds, and more.

Debit Cards make it easy to shop or pay bills.  No need to carry cash and your bills can be set up to pay automatic each month.

Want to make it even easier? Use CardValet®!

CardValet® is a mobile card management application that helps reduce account fraud by allowing cardholders to monitor accounts with their smartphone and control how, when and where their debit card is used.


  • No minimum balance required to open and maintain your account
  • Monthly dividend with a $500 balance
  • Minors (age 16-17) must have an eligible joint account owner
  • e-statements available through Online Banking
  • Free Mastercard® debit card
  • Text Fraud Alerts on Debit Card Transactions (Card Valet)
  • Automatic transfers from savings accounts for overdrafts
  • First order of checks is free. Subsequent orders are billed for exact
    amount charged by printer
  • Easy re-order of checks directly from our website
  • One box of free checks within 12 month period for seniors 55 and over
  • Deposit accounts are insured up to $250,000 by NCUA

To report a Lost or Stolen Debit Card call 856-299-1279 during regular business hours or (800)472-3272 after hours.

Minor Checking Account

Open a checking account at the credit union for your high-school child (age 16-17) and teach them how to balance a checkbook. While it may seem a little early, if you help them open that first checking account, you’ll be in a position to teach them good checking habits: regularly balancing the account, keeping a balance in it, only writing out checks and using your debit card for money that’s there, etc. This is also a good time to explain the difference between credit cards and debit cards.

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Rates are accurate as of March 9, 2023.
Rates are subject to change at any time.
Fees could reduce the earnings on the account.