Coronavirus (COVID-19)

As the global spread of Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues and more precautionary measures are taken in our area, I want to assure you that Alliance Credit Union will continue operations and is here to serve your financial needs. During this rapidly evolving situation, our main priorities are the health and well-being of our staff and members. To help prevent the spread of COVID-19 we are cleaning all public surfaces multiple times per day. We have also shared tips with our staff to help prevent the spread of the virus including frequent hand washing, limiting face touching, practicing respiratory hygiene and staying home if they are sick.

The credit union has plans and systems in place to ensure that banking operations will continue. We offer a full suite of mobile and electronic services should you feel uncomfortable visiting a branch or mandated quarantines become necessary.

Virtual Branch – You can access your account 24/7 with Virtual Branch. Visit to login or enroll.

Mobile App – You have mobile access to your account using our mobile app anywhere you are connected. You can even text for service during business hours. Visit your device’s app store and search Alliance Credit Union to download the app today.

Mobile Check Deposit – You can make a deposit from your smart device utilizing Mobile Check Deposit. Download our mobile app to sign up for and use Mobile Check Deposit.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) & Financial Scams
Consumers have started receiving emails, social media links and robocalls from scammers attempting to push COVID-19 cures and other treatments. Ignore these of offers. There are currently no cures, vaccinations, pills, potions, lotions, lozenges or other prescription or over-the-counter products available to treat or cure COVID-19. Alliance Credit Union representatives will never ask you for your full credit card number, debit card number, expiration dates, or your CVV security codes (3-digits on the back of the card).

When Using an ATM or Making Purchases
When using ATMs use a stylus or pen instead of touching the keypad with your hands. The same tip can be applied to Point-of-Sale (POS) terminals when making in-store purchases. For the most up-to-date information about the COVID-19, visit the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the World Health Organization (WHO).

Timothy F. Stephens