To access their online accounts, SECU members need only their user IDs and passwords generated during the account sign up process, according to the SECU website. Online member access offers a way to view account information and transactions in a secure manner.
North Carolina state employees have the option of enrolling with the State Employee's Credit Union. In addition to the number of branches being available throughout the state, members can also enjoy the benefits of online access. If an employee is new to the system and does not have a user ID and password, it is easy to generate an account. To set up the account, the member only needs the 16-digit ATM/debit card number and the three-digit voice response number. The system works with a number of different browsers including Windows Vista, Firefox and Internet Explorer.
SECU members have the ability to access their accounts using Quicken Member accounts can be downloaded into Quicken, which can help with budgeting. To access the software, members use the user ID and password associated with their SECU accounts. There are a number of other benefits offered with an online account including:
- Viewing 120 days of past transactions, including check images
- Viewing up to 18 months of statements
- Transferring funds between accounts
- Paying bills online
- Applying for loans