About Online Banking

MemberDirect® Online Banking allows members to access their accounts anytime through the Internet .

What can you do through MemberDirect Online Banking?

  • view account history
  • download statement information
  • view cheque images online
  • pay bills - both immediate and future dated
  • transfer funds - within your membership or to another member's account
  • access your Ethical Funds and your CU Credit MasterCard accounts
  • and much more!

How do I sign up?

Simply come into any branch of GVC Credit Union, sign the Direct Services Agreement and set up your Personal Access Code (PAC). This agreement will also give you unlimited access to GVC Credit Union's MEMBERLINK® Telephone Banking service using the same PAC.

24/7 account access has never been easier and monthly access is FREE with your GVC Credit Union membership.



Protect your online Personal Access Code (PAC) and change it often.

We strongly recommend that you change your online PAC from time to time. We suggest every 90–120 days. Our online banking system supports a number of different character combinations. Your password must be between 8-15 characters long, and contain at least one alphanumeric character, one number, and one special character ( * - / ? @ # $ % ^ & ) please avoid simple and easy to guess PACs. 



Don’t be a victim of cybercrime.

Cybercriminals use a variety of methods to steal personal information for financial gain. They use sophisticated technology to exploit weak systems and send phishing emails impersonating your financial institution. We recommend that members protect themselves with an additional layer of protection by having an antivirus program or firewall installed on their systems to mitigate the threat of cybercriminals gaining access.
 
Please be aware that we would never send an email requesting you to provide your personal information including your PAC (personal access code) for online banking access. Never click on these links or respond to these requests. If you receive such an email, please notify your branch immediately.
 

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