The share ID or loan ID is the last two digits of the number listed under each account in your Online Banking dashboard. The share ID or loan ID is also listed in the solid bars on your account statements. For example, the share ID for a base savings account is 00.
The share ID is the two digit number that follows the S on an account number displayed online (ex. 123456-S12) or the two numbers before the zeros start on a full account number (ex. 1120000123456). The loan ID is the two digit number that follows the L on your account number displayed online (ex. 123456-L65).
Quiz #2! Hi Gustavo, the share id number is the two digit number located next to your account on your monthly statement or online banking. It indicates the type of accounts you have.
Each of your accounts, along with their IDs, will be listed in the Balances section. Note: You’ll also notice a letter before each ID; when requesting a transaction, please include only the numbers. If you want to transfer money to another SELCO member, please contact the member directly for the correct ID number.
A share account is a savings or checking account at a credit union. These accounts establish your share of ownership and allow you to use the great features a credit union has to offer as a member.
You can find your member number on any current statements you have with DCU; ie: Mortgage, Visa or account statement. You may call DCU at 800.328. 8797 and speak to a Member Service Representative and request to have your member number mailed to you.
How do I transfer money from schools first to another account?
To make an account transfer, go to the Transfer Funds tab (right under Member Home or under Account Services). Choose which accounts you need to transfer from and to, and enter the amount and date of the transfer. Click Continue to review your transaction, and then Submit to finalize.
How do I send money through Zelle Schoolfirst?
Enroll with Zelle through our Mobile Banking app in just a few simple steps. After logging in, tap “PAY/TRANSFER,” at the bottom of your screen. Then select “SEND MONEY WITH ZELLE®” near the top of your screen and accept the terms and conditions.
Yes! To transfer funds via Online Banking, you will need to know the full account number, share ID* and at least the last name or business name of the recipient. *Share and loan IDs can be different for each member. Primary savings is typically Share ID 01 and Checking is typically Share ID 50.
How do I get a SELCO account?
How can I buy from Selco? Selco is exclusively for the Trade, so to buy from us you need to have a trade card. To get a trade card, you must be a bona fide tradesperson or business owner.
When you open a checking account at a bank, you are simply a customer. The “share” in the term share draft represents that ownership, while the “draft” refers to the checks.
A share account is a savings or checking account at a credit union. Share savings accounts pay variable dividends, the equivalent of a bank account’s interest. Share checking accounts, called “draft accounts,” are liquid and meant for payments and everyday spending.
Bank shares are the shares of a stock that represents the public offering of a bank. Bank shares are the shares of a stock that represents the public offering of a bank. Banks are conventional businesses that are allowed to present an Initial Public Offering of stock shares, and to be publicly traded in many nations.