Ready to make the switch to a ATFCU free checking account?
Auto loans and share certificates are just a few ways individuals find their way to becoming a member of Austin Telco. Many of those members now consider us their primary financial institution. But for those of you who may only have a loan or savings account with us, we encourage you to take advantage of our free checking account. It has become increasingly difficult to find a bank that does not charge fees for a basic checking account. Due to recent federal regulations, banks have began charging fees for their checking accounts to ensure a flow of revenue.
Because Austin Telco is a not-for-profit institution, we continue to offer free checking packed full of benefits including free online and mobile banking, free VISA debit card, free bill pay, 300+ free ATMs, no minimum balance requirement and more!
With our simple Switch Kit, we take the worry out of changing financial institutions. Moving your accounts to Austin Telco Federal Credit Union is fast, simple and convenient. If you’re ready to make the switch, stop by one of our branches for free personal service to help you with the transition.
We remain steadfast in our commitment to anticipating and meeting the financial needs of our members, as well as making a positive difference in their lives and the community, both today and tomorrow. Thank you for choosing Austin Telco Federal Credit Union!
Download ATFCU Switch Kit
Complete the following forms:
1. Authorization to Transfer Funds - Complete and submit this form to your previous financial institution. This will instruct them to transfer any remaining balances to your ATFCU account.
2. Direct Deposit Request - Complete and submit this form to your employer. This authorizes your employer to deposit the amount(s) you indicate into your ATFCU account.
3. Electronic Payment Change Request - Complete and submit this form to the merchants and service providers with which you have automatic payments charged from your account. This will instruct them to update your account information. This may include: Mortgages, Cable, Phone, Gym Memberships, Loans, Insurance, Internet, Gas, Electric, Water, Pest Control, Yard Maintenance, Court-Issued Payments, Account Transfers.