External Transfers

Get Started with External Transfers

Use online banking to move funds between the accounts you have with us and accounts held at other financial institutions.

What is an external transfer?

An external transfer is a way for you to move funds between accounts you have with us and your accounts held at another financial institution.

If you want to transfer money from your account with us to an account you hold at another financial institution – or vice versa – it is an external transfer. If you want this transfer to occur on a regular basis, you can set up a recurring external transfer.

What are the benefits of external transfers?

External transfers are a fast, easy, and safe way to move funds between accounts at different financial institutions. At any time from any computer you can transfer funds to one of your accounts.

What types of accounts are eligible for external transfers?

You can use checking and savings accounts on which you are an individual or joint account holder.

How does it work?

First, you tell us about the other account. We will then verify the external transfer account information with the other financial institution.

Once this process is complete, you are ready to make one-time or recurring external transfers when needed.

For external transfers disclosure information, please refer to our Terms and Conditions.
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