Online Banking, Bill Pay & e-Statements
When you don’t have time to visit us in person, just visit us online.
Your computer can be a secure credit union branch with our online banking services, brought to you by DSPFCU@Home.
Online banking can save you time. You’ll no longer have to wait at an ATM to check your balance and you can view your accounts anytime — not just during our regular office hours. With DSPFCU@Home you can:
Check your account balances
View transaction records
Transfer money between accounts
Communicate with us via email
It’s especially convenient for members who aren’t always in close proximity to the credit union, including those who travel often or who are away at college.
Online Bill Pay
Online Bill Pay offers you the convenience of paying your bills when and how you want. You are automatically enrolled in Online Bill Pay when you sign up for Online Banking. You have the freedom to pay bills any time of day or night. Make single payments or set up recurring payments for regular expenses. You can edit or delete scheduled payments through DSPFCU@Home.
Security is Our Priority
The credit union has over 45 years of experience helping members manage their money. Protecting your privacy was paramount to us when deciding to offer this service. Our online banking site is protected with 256 bit SSL encryption to prevent unauthorized users from getting access to your accounts or login information.
Learn more and sign in at DSPFCU@Home.
Once you’re signed up for DSPFCU@Home, you can sign up for electronic statements. Just log into your account at DSPFCU@Home to sign up. There are several reasons to do so:
You can get your statement earlier and from anywhere
You will have less paper clutter to deal with
Your statement can’t get lost or misdirected in the mail
You can easily transfer your statement information to financial management software
Once you sign up for e-Statements, we will discontinue your paper statements. If you want a paper record, you can print your statement from home banking. Change your mind? Simply log in and turn the e-Statement option off.