- We have installed floor markers to help keep members six-feet apart. We will also be limiting the number of people inside lobby areas.
- We have installed plexiglass shields to keep you and our staff members safe. You’ll notice many staff members will be wearing masks as well.
- Hand sanitizer will be available inside the branches.
- We will repeatedly clean work stations and high traffic areas throughout the day.
Remember, many services are available online or through the drive-thru! Questions? Call us at (618) 457-3595 or visit our website at siucu.org.
Schedule an Appointment
Please schedule an appointment prior to your visit using our Appointment Scheduler. Appointments will be given priority over walk-in traffic, and they can be made up to one week in advance.
Here are a few safety measures we’ll be taking while opening back up:
- People are asked to make an appointment prior to visiting with a team member about your banking needs. This will be done at siucu.org or by calling 618.457.3595.
- Members are asked to wear a mask or face covering when entering a branch. If you do not wish to wear a mask inside, please continue to use our drive-thru lanes.
- For your security, financial protection and for the protection of staff members, please have IDs available as we will ask to verify your identity before allow admittance into the lobby.
Economic Impact Payments
Not sure where your stimulus check is, or where to apply to get one? The IRS has the tools to help you track and file for your check.
Visit the IRS website to learn more about these payments or if you are eligible.
Here are some tips to protect yourself both physically and financially:
To get updates from the CDC and what you should do if you feel ill visit: https://www.cdc.gov/. The World Health Organization has a page with updates on the Coronavirus. You can visit their page here: https://www.who.int/emergencies/diseases/novel-coronavirus-2019/events-as-they-happen
Be on the lookout for scammers who are trying to take advantage of the fears surrounding the Coronavirus. The Federal Trade Commission released this helpful article: https://www.consumer.ftc.gov/blog/2020/02/coronavirus-scammers-follow-headlines
Are you ready?
When an emergency occurs and it becomes difficult to get out and take care of any banking that needs to be done, take advantage of these tools available to our members.
Over The Phone Password
To keep your account safe, we ask for a verbal password over the phone. If you don’t know your password or to set one up, speak to a Member Service Representative at any branch. This is something that needs to be done in person, so please plan ahead.
Your Debit Card PIN
In case you need cash and a branch is closed, make sure you know your account’s PIN.