Our online banking system provides secure account access from the comfort of your own home or office. You can view account activity, transfer funds, make loan payments, and more!
Have any questions setting up your online banking. Contact our remote service department for help: 734-641-8400.
If you've just recently opened an account with Public Service Credit Union and want to sign up for Online Banking, click the "First time user?" link under the Home Banking box which will open a new window and simply follow the instructions.
Please note: You will need to have your credit union Account Number (User ID) and Telephone Banking PIN in order to sign up. See the "Telephone Banking" section for instructions.
E-Statements: make viewing your statement as easy as opening an e-mail. You can get your account information faster and it also cuts down on paperwork.
To receive e-Statements, login to Online Banking click the services tab, and then navigate to e-Statement.
You can receive free e-Statements by calling our Remote Services Department at (734) 641-8400 Option 2.
Members with checking accounts can enjoy our Online BillPay system. Stop writing checks, forget about mail delays and stop buying stamps! Pay anyone, anywhere using PSCU's Online BillPay service instead. The Online BillPay system
offers convenient features such as:
We take account security very seriously, so you can use BillPay with peace of mind, knowing that your payments are always protected by the latest encryption technology.
With BillPay, you can pay just about everybody, from the babysitter to the electric company. You can even purchase gifts! BillPay has over 200 certified vendors nationwide. Person-to-person e-mail payments allow you to send money to virtually
anyone, anywhere in the United States! Our GiftPay-e-service allows you to send a personalized gift check or charitable donation to almost anyone. As long as you use this service to pay at least one bill a month, this service is FREE!
Telephone Banking is quick, easy and completely free. To use the system to access your accounts, you'll need to create a Telephone Banking (Voice) Personal Identification Number (PIN).