Special Closing – Tues, 3/31

On Tuesday, March 31st, all 121 Financial Branches will close at NOON to facilitate the system merger with Duval Federal Credit Union.

Please note that from noon until approximately 9 a.m. Wednesday, April 1st, Online Banking, Mobile Apps (including Remote Deposit), and Private Line will also be unavailable.

We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your cooperation.

Attention Duval FCU Members

When logging on to home banking, use your NEW 121FCU account number and the last FIVE digits of your SSN as your password. You will be prompted to change it.

To access your DUVAL credit card information, visit EzCardInfo.

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Special Closing – Tues, 3/31

On March 31st, all 121 Financial Branches temporarily closed to facilitate the system merger with Duval Federal Credit Union. Online Banking unavailable until April 1st at approximately 9 a.m. [More…]

Mobile Apps, Remote Deposit, and Private Line will also be unavailable.

We apologize for the inconvenience and thank you for your cooperation.

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Direct Deposit

What is direct deposit?

Direct Deposit is the electronic transfer of a payment from a company or organization into an individual's checking or savings account. Not only is direct deposit ideal for payroll, it also applies to expense reimbursements, tax refunds, pensions, dividends and bonuses.

Deciphering the Numbers

Ever wondered how to identify the correct numbers for your direct deposit

ABA Routing Number: This is a 9 digit number that identifies 121 Financial Credit Union as your Financial Institution.

Member Number - For Savings: This number is up to 6 digits long and is the only account number we need when designating your Savings Account for direct deposit.

Checking Account Number: This is a 13 digit number that designates your 121 FCU Checking Account for direct deposit. (Please note that in the sample below, only the routing number is accurate. The checking account number, including the last two digits is a sample only. You will need to look at your own checks in the area shown to be sure you have the correct digits for your checking account. If you have questions please ask your Financial Service Rep at your local branch.)

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