How to Switch to Veritas FCU

It’s easier than you think to switch financial institutions. Switching to Veritas Federal Credit Union gets you access to a nationwide network of surcharge-free ATMs, 24/7 Online eBanking and free bill pay.

Apply online or stop by your local VFCU branch to open your new account. Once this is complete, you’ll have access to all of our benefits, including free ebanking, epay, great rates, low fees, and more!

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Leave your old account active for up to two months until all outstanding checks and automatic withdrawals clear. 

For direct deposits, you need the following information.

  • Employer’s name and address
  • Veritas Federal Credit Union account number
  • Veritas Federal Credit Union ACH routing/transit number: 064182605

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We’ve got a widget that will help you select your payroll company, and you’ll get that widget through email or text the day after you sign up. Or complete this Acrobat File Direct Deposit Form online and send it to the organization that makes the direct deposit into your account.

To cancel or to transfer automatic payments from your former bank account to your new VFCU account, you need the following information:

  • A copy of your latest statement with your billing information
  • VFCU account number (for transfers)
  • VFCU ACH routing/transit number (for transfers): 064182605
  • Former bank account information (for canceled payments)

We’ve got a widget that will walk you through the process in one sitting, and you’ll get that through email or text the day after you sign up. Or, you can manually complete the automatic withdrawal transfer form (one form per bill) and send them to your billers.  Complete the form online.

  1. Stop using your former bank account, but be sure to keep enough funds in it to cover any outstanding checks, automatic withdrawals, and automatic payments.
  2. Once your last check, automatic withdrawal, and/or automatic payment has cleared, you are ready to close your former account. On the account closing request form, fill in your name, phone number, and address, along with your former bank’s name, address, and account number.  Complete the form online and send it to your former financial institution.