Economic Impact Payments
The IRS has begun distributing funds for the next round of Economic Impact Payments to people who have bank account information on file with them. If you qualify to receive a stimulus check through direct deposit into your account, the deposit will work similarly to a payroll deposit and will automatically be deposited into your account. You can log in to Digital Banking to view the amount once the credit union has received the deposit from the IRS. We recommend that you set up an eAlert to tell you when the deposit posts to your account. For step by step instructions on how to set up an eAlert, please reference our Digital Banking Guide.
While we are here to help you, there is no need to call us. Your financial institution has not been provided additional information about your eligibility for receiving the Economic Impact Payment or the time frame in which you will receive it.
Here are a few resources that you might find helpful:
These sites will provide the most up to date answers to your questions including:
- Will I get a payment and how much will it be?
- How and when will I receive it?
- Do I need to do anything to get it?
Please be aware: Since the IRS announced the news about the stimulus package, scamming attempts across the country have increased. Please remember that Robins Financial Credit Union, nor the government, will ever call or email you to ask for your account information, digital banking log in credentials, passwords, or secure access codes.