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Account Alerts

At UCCU, we are passionate about creating a first-class online experience for our members. Personal Branch is full of tools to help you manage your finances with ease. One of these tools is Account Alerts, and we want to invite you to give them a try (if you haven't already). Why? Because they don't cost a thing and we know that they will help you simplify your life and increase your financial peace of mind.

Account Alerts

UCCU makes it easier to manage your accounts by allowing you set up email alerts so you can be notified when checks clear or when your balance slips below a certain level. Actually, there are about 20 customizable alerts to choose from including balance notifications, checks clearing, loan payments coming due and more! To get setup simply sign-in to Personal Branch and click on "Alerts".

Alerts and Children's Accounts

Account Alerts are also a great tool to keep a watchful eye on children's accounts. The credit union's Be Money Smart program is a great resource that helps teach our youth fundamentals about personal financial management.

One youth member commented that his parents helped him keep an eye on spending and saving by setting up Account Alerts on his account. The Account Alerts were set up to go to his parents' email so they knew of account activity and balances. This way they managed things together and maintained clarity over their financial accounts.

Tools like Account Alerts (coupled with parental guidance) are a great way to teach children essential principles of finance that will help them succeed later on in life.

To start using Account Alerts simply login in to Personal Branch and click on the Account Alerts tab. If you are not setup for Personal Branch, call (801) 223-8188 or (800) 453-8188 during business hours.

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