It’s a Big Day!

[ 0 ] January 11, 2012 |

It’s a big day here at IAACU. We are launching big changes to Home Banking and all of our members will notice it right away. You are going to be able to access your accounts, bill payments, and new services Purchase Rewards and FinanceWorks right from the first page. All these new upgrades are free for you to use!

The first thing you’ll want to look at is the Purchase Rewards. This will allow you to add offers to your debit card and redeem them when you shop at certain places. It best to use your debit card as a credit (swipe and sign) to have the best chance at getting your reward. Once you’ve redeemed the reward, whatever percent back you redeemed will be deposited directly into your checking account at the end of the next month. This covers most return item timeframes for most purchases. It’s really easy to do. Remember:

  1. Add offer to your card first
  2. Go shopping and use your debit card as a credit (make sure you read the terms of the offer)
  3. Get your money deposited automatically!

Next up is FinanceWorks. If you use or Quicken, this service is for you. It is backed by IAACU so you know it’s safe and it’s also powered by Quicken so you know it will be good. This is a great tool for budgeting and keeping track of your spending. You can also set up reminders and really get a great feel for your financial picture.

We’ve also got a few more things coming a little later this month. Mobile is on almost everyone’s mind right now. We’ll be offering an app for iPhones and Android phones soon. We’ll also have our Home Banking moved to a mobile web site that makes it easier to get done what you need to. What can you use if you don’t have a smartphone you ask? We will also offer text banking and currently offer APRIL (automated telephone teller). We’ve got choices and we hope you use them.

We hope you like all of the new services we are rolling out. If you have any questions or suggestions please don’t hesitate to tell us!

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Calvin is a Sr. Systems Support Technician and has worked in the systems department since 2001. During a normal day, he keeps the computers running smoothly so our employees can help our members as best as possible. He has also been a member of our social media team since it was created. Calvin normally posts on computer related topics, including security, tips and tricks and new technology happenings at IAACU.

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