CoVantage, along with other banks and credit unions, has seen an increase in scams. We will never call, text, or email you to request your login credentials, passwords, one-time passcode, or PIN. Sharing this type of information can put your account at risk and subject you to fraud and identity theft. Learn more
The days of paper checks slowly making their way through the mail seem to be winding down. Instead, our members are increasingly using electronic transactions to move money throughout Wisconsin, Michigan and beyond. You can have your paycheck directly deposited in your CoVantage checking account, make payments through the ACH system or even arrange for automatic transfers into your savings account.
Wire transfers can help you send money long distances when time is of the essence. Here's what you'll need to know to send or receive money using CoVantage.
Savings and loan transactions will require your account number to be presented as a 15-digit number. To figure this number you will need:
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