What is SPXFCU routing number?
What is the difference between a credit union and a bank?
- Credit Unions are financial institutions formed by an organized group of people with a common bond. Members of credit unions pool their assets to provide loans and other financial services to each other.
- A Credit Union is Not-for-Profit, owned by its members and operated by a volunteer Board of Directors. A bank is owned by outside stockholders and controlled by a paid Board of Directors.
- The above factors allow SPXFCU to pay dividends to their members and offer them lower loan rates, higher savings rates and fewer service fees.
- The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) is the federal agency that charters and supervises federal credit unions. They also insure savings in federal and most state-chartered credit unions across the country through the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF), a federal fund backed by the full faith and credit of the United States government. Their website is ncua.gov
How do I become a member?
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- St. Pius X Church & Schools
- Family Member of current SPXFCU Members
- Aquinas Institute
- Robert Wesleyan College
- Priest and Pastoral Administrators of the Diocese of Rochester
- Sisters of St. Joseph
- Sister of Mercy
- The Society of St. Vincent Depaul
- Nativity of Blessed Virgin Mary Church
- Parkminster Presbyterian Church
- St. Christopher’s Church
- New Hope Community
- United Methodist Church
- St. Vincent DePaul Church
- Church of St. Jerome
- Church of the Assumption
- Holy Ghost Church
- Hope Hall
- St. Helen’s Church
- St. Jude the Apostle
- St. Theodore’s Church
- Rochester Christian Church
- St. Charles Borromeo Church
- St. Lawrence School
- Parma Christian Fellowship Church
- Church of God Revealed Truth Inc.
- Emmanuel Church of the Deaf
- Hope Christian Fellowship
- Holy Apostles Church
- St. Anthony’s Church
- Holy Family Church
- Nazareth Elementary
- St. Frances Xavier Cabrini
- Light of Christ
- St. Andrew’s Church
- Annunciation Church
- St. Mary’s Church
- St. Monica’s Church
- St. John’s The Evangelist Church and School Spencerport
- St. Mary’s of the Assumption
- St. Patrick’s Church
- St. Rita’s Church & School
- St. Anthoney
- St. Frances Xavier Cabrini
- Door of Hope Club
When is iBanking available?
What are the benefits?
- Saves time: No need to make extra trips to the branch!
- Convenience: Access to accounts from work, home, school and on the go…!
- Saves money: Eliminates postage and travel costs!
- Simplicity: It’s easy to use!
- Fast: No waiting in line!
- Safe: The system is safe and secure!
- Go Green: Electronic delivery of your statements – eliminate your paper mail.
What happens if the account or password does not work?
What type of functions will be available within iBanking?
How do I sign up for online statements?
What about security?
- Security refers to preventing unauthorized access to a computer system or network. COCC – our data processor – uses several layers of technology to prevent unauthorized users from gaining access to our internal network. Intuit security professionals manage a sophisticated networking architecture that includes screening routers, filtering routers and firewalls.
- Member account security and privacy are top priorities at SPXFCU. We encourage following the guidelines below maintaining the highest possible protection.
- Never reveal your password.
- Passwords should be six or more characters, use a mix of letters, numbers or symbols
- Members can change passwords any time.
- Password should be changed frequently.
- The “Logout” option should be used to exit; the browsers back button should not be used.
- The amount of time members can be inactive before being automatically logged out is preset.
- Members should balance their account at a minimum of once a month, so any discrepancies can be reported immediately.
Can iBanking privileges be revoked?
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Who can I contact for more information regarding Online Services?