What do I need to open an account at Security Credit Union?
To open an account at Security Credit Union, we require a valid Drivers License or State ID, Social Security Number, and a $5.00 deposit.Read More
What is your contact information?
You can contact us at any time! Call us at 810-235-2322, email us at email@example.com, or visit any of our convenient locations.Read More
What holidays will you be closed?
To view the dates that Security Credit Union will be closed, please visit securitycu.org/holiday-closings. Even when we’re closed, you can still access your account via Online Banking, Automated Telephone Banking and our Mobile App.Read More
What are your hours?
For Security Credit Union hours and locations, please visit securitycu.wpengine.com/locations-hours. Your account information is available 24 hours a day 7 days a week through Mobile Banking, Online Banking and our Automated Telephone Banking system.Read More
What is your SWIFT code?
Security Credit Union does not have a swift code. All international wires must come via a United States Bank. Security Credit Union’s routing number 272480115.Read More
Can anyone join the credit union?
Anyone who lives, works, worships, attends school or volunteers in Genesee County, Lapeer County, Livingston County, Macomb County, Oakland County, Saginaw County, Sanilac County, Shiawassee County, Washtenaw County, and Wayne County, Michigan, can become a member of Security Credit Union. Persons who are donors to the Salvation Army of Genesee County, a non-profit corporation, can…Read More
What are your locations?
For Security Credit Union office locations and hours, please visit securitycu.wpengine.com/locations-hours.Read More
What is your mailing address?
Security Credit Union’s mailing address is: Security Credit Union P. O. Box 5255 Grand Blanc, MI 48480-5255Read More
Are you a full service financial institution?
Yes, Security Credit Union is a full service financial institution offering Checking Accounts, Savings Accounts, Loans, Electronic Services, Business Accounts and many other convenient products and services.Read More
How do Credit Unions differ from Banks?
Unlike banks, credit unions are member owned financial cooperatives; so when you join Security Credit Union, your initial deposit to open a share account establishes your membership and makes you a part-owner. Since there are no stockholders to satisfy, our credit union passes on the savings to you in the form of lower loan rates,…Read More