The following fees may be assessed against your account and the following transaction limitations, if any, apply to your business account.

General Business Account Fees

Account Activity Research (per hour) minimum $35.00
Bad Address on Statement (per statement) $5.00
Cashier’s Check $4.00
Notary $5.00
Paper Statement $3.00 per month
Duplicate Member Statement (1st statement free) each additional $1.00 per page
Fax Transmission – Domestic (per page) $1.00
Fax Transmission – International (per page) $5.00
Collection Items $30.00
IRS Levy/Garnishments $50.00
Money Orders (each) $2.00
Dormancy on Account (per month dormant) $3.00
Account Closure w/in 90 days $10.00
Account Reopen w/in 90 days $10.00
Bank Bag $5.00
Bank Bag with Lock $20.00

Foreign Fees

Canadian Checks $4.00
Foreign Bank Drafts (Foreign Currency) $30.00
Foreign Bank Drafts (US Currency) $15.00
Foreign Bank Draft Stop Payments (each) $32.00
Other Foreign Checks with Foreign Denomination $6.00
Other Foreign Checks with US Dollars/ Third World Foreign Checks $21.00


Wire Transfers (incoming) $5.00
Wire Transfers (outgoing Domestic) $30.00
Wire Transfers (outgoing International) $75.00

Checking & Savings Accounts

Check Printing Depends on style of checks ordered
Business Net Pay (monthly) $5.95
Additional Business Net Pay charges: If requested
Overnight Payments $14.95
2 day shipping of payment $9.95
Second day economy $4.95
Charitable donations $1.99
Gift Cards $3.95
Payroll Direct (monthly) Varies
Stop Payment Order $30.00
Cancellation of Stop Payment $5.00
NSF* Second Party Check $30.00
NSF* Member Check, NSF ATM Deposit/Withdrawal, NSF ACH Debit, Debit Card Overdraft $30.00
Overdraft Protection Transfer $5.00
Photocopy of Paid Member Check or CU Issued Check $3.00
Checking Monthly Service Fee $10.00 – $20.00
Coin Order over $100 $3.00
Per Deposit with over 100 checks $3.00
Coin Counting 5%

ATM Services

ATM Replacement Card $8.00
PIN Request $3.00
Mis-keyed ATM Deposit (each) $10.00
ATM Adjustment Fee $5.00


*An NSF charge is imposed each time an item is presented against insufficient funds. The payee (or the payee’s institution) may re-present a previously returned item. Each presentment against insufficient funds will result in a separate charge.