Payday Could Come TWO DAYS Earlier*
Never wait for payday again. With Great Basin FCU, get access to your eligible direct deposits** up to two days early!
Getting set up is simple.
Best of all? There’s no cost to you! Early Pay Day is just one more added benefit of being a member of Great Basin FCU!
Have questions about Early Pay Day? Let us answer them!
Early Pay Day gives you access to your funds up to two days early for eligible direct deposits.
If we receive information from your payor that your deposit is on the way, we may provide you access to your funds up to two days early.
You can set up deposit alerts or monitor your account 24/7 with online and mobile banking.
It depends. The day and time we make funds available will depend on when we receive information about your deposit from your employer or other payor, which can vary from deposit to deposit.
No. Early availability is not guaranteed, and may vary from deposit to deposit – including those from the same payor.
Whether we are able to provide early availability depends on when we receive information from your payor that the funds are on the way, any limitations we set on the amount of early availability, and standard fraud prevention screening.
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*With Early Pay Day, GBFCU may make funds from an incoming electronic ACH direct deposit available for use up to two days before the scheduled payment date. Not all direct deposits are eligible for Early Pay Day. Early availability of direct deposits is not guaranteed and may vary from deposit to deposit. Whether we make funds available early depends on when we receive the payor’s payment instructions, any limitations we set on the amount of early availability, and standard fraud prevention screening.**Eligible direct deposits are limited to electronic direct deposits of your payroll, pension, and government benefit payments made through the Automated Clearing House (ACH) network. Other deposits or credits to your account, such as deposits of funds from person-to-person payment services (e.g., Zelle®, Venmo, or PayPal transfers), check or mobile deposits, and other online transfers or electronic credits are not eligible for Early Pay Day.