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Modern day money comes in a few forms. There’s old-fashioned cash currency and paper checks (items you can see and touch). Then there is the electronic transfer of money via plastic cards, ACH, wires, and more — you get a notice that money is “there” but you don’t see it. And of course technology can help with both (e.g. you can take a picture of the check and deposit the photo)! Whether you received money in hand and need to deposit it, or want to set up automatic deposits of your pay, JHFCU offers many options for you getting your money into your account.
Cash and Check Deposits
If someone gave you a cash or check, you have several ways to get the money into your account. From mobile deposit to visiting a branch, to ATM and mail, you can choose the best method for you.
For decades JHFCU has helped its members save for a special event (holidays, weddings, vacation) or for large annual expenses (car insurance, homeowner dues), or to conveniently repay a loan. Or you can set up a small, regular amount to simply build your savings. Each paycheck the money is deposited in the account of your choosing, to help you with your budgeting.
JHFCU supports mobile deposits through our mobile apps for Apple and Android. You will have to install our mobile app in order to make deposits through your mobile device. Once installed you can tap on the mobile deposit option to get started.
We are able to bring you one of the largest deposit-taking ATM networks around thanks to 2 national ATM services we have partnered with (CO-OP & CU24). Most likely there is a deposit-taking ATM near you.
To send money in a hurry, especially internationally, a wire transfer is most likely you best option. Other methods of sending money electronically can take several days, whereas wire transfers can be completed in as little as a few hours (depending on time, country, financial institution, etc.)