Electronically transferring funds (ACH) to or from your account April 13, 2018
ACH (Automated Clearing House) is an electronic funds transfer made between financial institutions. Examples of ACH transactions include Direct Deposits, such as payroll deposits and Social Security Administration (SSA) deposits; automatic payments, such as utility bills, car payments, or PayPal (when authorized using your account number, not your debit or credit card number), and checks converted to ACH.
When electronically transferring funds (ACH) to or from your DCECU account, you will need to provide your 13-digit ACH account number – which will begin with a 1 for a share account or a 2 for a loan – followed by the 2-digit ID of the share account or loan (available via Online Banking or Mobile Banking) and your 10-digit member number. You’ll also need our routing number, which is 272482838.
ACH account number examples
Share Account: 1000000123456
You can also find your 13-digit ACH account number on your statement under each share or loan. For a quick reference please see the examples below.
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