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SCAM ALERT: Some SLFCU members report they are receiving fraudulent emails appearing to come from Geek Squad that direct them to call a phone number to avoid their computer being compromised. If you receive such an email, do not reply or call the number within it, and delete the email immediately. Also, as a reminder, SLFCU will NEVER email, call, or text you to ask for your online banking credentials, your PIN, or to request a transfer of funds.

The 2023 Annual Membership Meeting notice is now available. Click here to learn more.

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How to Switch Your Accounts to SLFCU

  1. Become an SLFCU member and open a savings and checking account. Apply to open your account online or visit any branch. Now you are ready to move your funds from your previous financial institution using a debit card, credit card, or electronic transfer from another financial institution.
  2. Enroll in online and mobile banking. It's fast, gives you 24/7 access to your SLFCU accounts, and has great features like Bill Pay, Card Controls, Zelle®, and more. 

  3. Update your payroll and other direct deposits. You will need the following information to make these changes:
  4. Identify your automatic payments, such as insurance and utility bills, phone and internet service, gym membership, etc. Set up payments from your new checking account using the Bill Pay widget in online banking. Once your payments have been set up with SLFCU, don't forget to cancel them from your old account. 
  5. Close your old accounts after verifying that all remaining payments and checks have cleared.
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