Convenience Services

Your convenience is our priority!

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24-Hour Audio Teller

ART (Audio Response Teller) is a 24-hour audio teller. ART allows you to check share balances, make transfers and review your account history – 24 hours a day! To get set up for this free service, simply call the number below and follow the instructions. You can also give us a call and one of our staff members would be happy to help you set up your ART account.

Number to reach ART: (501) 315-9328

Debit Cards

Your debit card works just like a check and can be used at millions of business establishments that accept Mastercard.

When you use your debit card to make a purchase, the amount is debited from your checking account. You can also use the card at thousands of ATMs worldwide to get cash or to verify your balance.

How It Works

*REPORTING LOST OR STOLEN CARDS* If your MasterCard debit card has been lost or stolen, please contact (888) 263-3370.

If you are unable to reach them, please call us at (501) 315-3162.

Direct Deposit & Payroll

Whether you want to set up an electronic direct deposit or have your checks sent in through the mail, we have several different options to help fulfill your needs. You can have your whole paycheck deposited or have a portion of your pay, designated by you, sent to any account that you choose. We can also automatically take out portions of your check to put toward loans.

Skip a Payment

Twice a year, Hurricane Creek FCU will offer members with loans, that meet the requirements, to skip their loan payment for one month during the summer and one month during the Christmas season. Members must pay a $30 fee for each loan payment skipped. The skip-a-pay must be approved by the credit union. Not all that apply to skip will be approved.

Here’s how to skip a payment:

Statement Balancing

Click here for the Statement Balancing Worksheet. (This form will be provided to link to)

How to balance your checkbook:

  1. Compare the checks and deposits listed on your statement with the checks and deposits entered in your checkbook register. Put a check mark next to all entries that appear on both sides.
  2. List the check number and amount of any checks recorded in your check register that are not listed on your statement. Fill in the blank lines with the ending balance shown on your statement, any deposits from your register not shown on the statement, and the total amount of outstanding checks as shown at the bottom of the left-hand column. Do the math to come up with your adjusted ending balance.

Notary Public Services

Members may have documents notarized free of charge. Picture identification of the party signing the document is required. Ask a member service representative for assistance.

Wire Transfers

Please contact us for more information.