Join the Green Movement!
Get some green for going green! eStatements & online banking is free, secure and convenient! Enroll today!
Enroll in E-Statements and become eligible to win a $25 deposit!
If you already have online banking and would like to enroll in eStatements:
- Log into It’s Me 247 online.
- Click the My Documents Tab.
- Click enroll in eStatements!
- Verify email & accept user agreement
It’s that easy! If you would like to see a walk through, view our YouTube video: https://youtu.be/2N70mucfcuM
If you do NOT have online banking, we can turn that feature on for you. Once the feature has been turned on, you have 24 hours to setup your online banking profile or risk being locked out.
- Visit hcfcu.com & log into our online banking on the right hand side of the site.
a. It’s Me 247 uses your member# as a user id.
- The next screen will ask for your password, this is the last 4 of the social on the account.
- You’ll then be directed to accept the user agreement, change your password, & set up 3 security questions.
- Once you’ve completed this, you will be directed to your online banking home page.
a. Click on the my documents tab
b. Click enroll in eStatements
It’s easy and takes a little less than 5 minutes to set up.
If you’d like to see a walk through, view our YouTube video: https://youtu.be/fRblqBLsX6Q
Terms & Conditions:
Members must successfully complete the signup process for eStatements and must register on the new estatement user report in order to be considered for the online drawing. Verification of all eligible accounts will occur prior to drawing.
Members must be 18 years or older and in good standing with the credit union to be considered eligible for any prize drawing.
In accordance with U.S. tax law, HCFCU may be required to send to you and file with the IRS a form 1099-MISC or 1099-INT for the year in which a gift, reward or prize is issued to you in excess of $600 for the year. Federal, state and local tax liability and any other expenses are the sole responsibility of the prize winner in connection with the receipt or use of the prize. If taxpayers have questions about the information they receive on a Form 1099, they should follow up with the issuer or their tax professional to resolve any questions about valuation, timing or other issues regarding the income reported.