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This list of FAQs will help you set up your Online Loan Pay account and tell you what you need to know to make the most of this convenient service.
How do I set up my Online Loan Pay account?
It’s simple, just follow the steps below:
What types of loans can I pay using this service?
Vehicle loans, personal loans and line of credit loans. You will continue to make mortgage and home equity payments through Online Banking or by calling the TCU Member Call Center at (800) 552-4745.
Once I submit my payment online, when will my loan be paid?
Payments submitted before 5 p.m. will be posted to your loan account the following business day. Payments submitted after 5 p.m. will be posted in two business days.
It's important to note that the actual "payment date" is the day the payment is posted to your loan account, and NOT the date that you submitted the payment.
When will the payment be withdrawn from my funding account?
This varies depending upon the method of payment:
Is there a fee for this service?
There is a $10 convenience fee for Online Loan Pay payments made by credit card or standard debit card. The fee will not be assessed for eCheck payments. Please note: Credit card transactions may also incur a separate "cash advance" fee from the card's issuer. Cash advances typically carry a higher interest rate.
How do I cancel my payment after it's submitted?
You can log into TCU Online Loan Pay and search for your transaction and cancel it yourself if it has not yet been processed. If it has been processed, please call the Member Call Center at (800) 552-4745 and we’ll be happy to reverse that transaction for you.
I set up automatic monthly payments on my previous loan, but I don't see that option now. Are recurring payments still allowed?
TCU Online Loan Pay no longer offers this option for any new loan payments. However, if you already have a loan set up with recurring payments, it will continue to be paid automatically. Members with a TCU checking account can set up automatic payments at no charge by using Bill Pay in Online Banking. If you do not have a TCU checking account, contact a local TCU Representative for help setting up automatic payments from your financial institution's checking account.
I have a recurring payment I set up a while ago with my credit card. How can I change the payment amount?
Recurring payments are no longer offered for credit and debit cards. If you need to change your existing payment, please call our Member Call Center at (800) 552-4745 for assistance.
What types of payments are accepted online?
You may pay your loan using the following:
I have a recurring payment scheduled and I want to pay extra this month. Can I do that?
Of course, simply log into the TCU Online Loan Pay and pay using your preferred method of payment. Your scheduled payment will still automatically be paid as you had scheduled.
Is my personal information safe?
Yes, your security is our number one priority and your personal information is secure.
Can I update my payment information online?
Of course, you simply enter the TCU Online Loan Pay site and update your payment information. If you are changing a previously scheduled recurring payment, you may need to contact our Member Call Center at (800) 552-4745 to adjust that payment information.
How will the charge appear on my credit card?
Please check with your credit card company to see how they process these types of charges.
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