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Around town or around the world, staying connected to your money is easy.

eServices

Because Your Time Matters

With eServices from FedChoice, it’s like having teller lines that are always open! Whether you’re rushing to attend a meeting, pushing to catch the next flight out or simply trying to take it easy at home, you’re just a click away from accessing your accounts through eBanking. Now you can stay connected, no matter where life takes you – all for free, anytime, anywhere.

Log in with your smartphone, tablet or PC, and complete secure transactions such as checking your balances, transferring funds, viewing your recent history, downloading statements and much more.

Are you a retired FedChoice member? Maintain access to your funds with free eServices, a nationwide network of over 60,000 surcharge-free ATMs, plus other conveniences that allow you to conduct transactions wherever your leisure time takes you.

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Around town or around the world, staying connected to your money is easy.

Which eService will make your life easier?

View the Electronic Funds Transfer Act (Regulation E) and learn more
about the disclosures and rules governing electronic funds transfer.

To get started with eServices, click here!

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