Information about Federal Stimulus/Economic Impact Payments
For information on eligibility and status regarding Federal Stimulus/Economic Impact Payments, visit the IRS's official Get My Payment site.
As the next round of payments are being sent out, here are some important tips you should know if you are expecting a payment.
- Internet Branch online and mobile banking has the most current information about your account.
- The Call Center has no additional information other than what you can see online, so there's no need to call and wait on hold for information.
- Set up a deposit alert in Internet Branch to be the first to know when a payment posts to your account. See the steps to setup alerts below.
- If you are receiving a physical check instead of direct deposit, use the mobile deposit feature in the SDCCU Mobile Banking app to easily and securly deposit your check.
- You may also locate a deposit-taking ATM using our ATM Finder at sdccu.com/ATMs or in the app.
Account Alert Setup - Step By Step
Be the first to know when a deposit has been made on your account. Account alerts allow you to stay up-to date on your account details. SDCCU offers email and text alerts on your accounts. Sign up in SDCCU Internet Branch Self Service.
- Log into to your SDCCU account.
- Go to Self Service.
- Select "Alert Preferences" under Personal Information
- Select "Transaction Alert"
- Click on "Add Subscription"
- Select the account that you want to monitor and the Transaction Type, making sure to select either "Any" or "Deposits"
- Add your phone number and/or email address
You're all set. You will receive an email or text, depending on the information you provided, letting you know when a deposit has been made to your account.
Federal Stimulus/Economic Impact Payment Related Scams
Beware that there is also an increased risk of scammers attempting to exploit individuals. Here are a few tips to spot potential red flags:
- The IRS will not contact you by phone, email, text or social media to verify your Social Security Number, bank account or credit card information.
- Scammers may suggest that you can get a faster payment by working on your behalf. This scam could be conducted by social media or even in person.
- Scammers may mail a bogus check, perhaps in an odd amount, then tell you to call a number or verify information online in order to cash it.
If you receive unsolicited emails, text messages or social media attempts to gather information that appear to be from either the IRS or an organization closely linked to the IRS. Notify the IRS at email@example.com
For more information about potential scams, watch this video
from the Federal Trade Commission about Covid-19 related scams.