Government Stimulus Payments
With recent passage of legislation for additional government stimulus payments, we want to remind you about how these funds are deposited and how you can conveniently check on their status.
The IRS has been the responsible government agency for the funding and payment of previously approved stimulus payments. You can learn more about these payments at: irs.gov/coronavirus-tax-relief-and-economic-impact-payments
The Credit Union does not determine a member’s eligibility for stimulus payments and we do not determine if it will be paid electronically through direct deposit or by check.
As we receive the electronic files from the IRS, our team will actively and quickly apply all payments. Phone calls or emails are not required for us to deposit the funds and our staff will apply the funds as they are received from the IRS. Due to higher than normal call volume during the release of the stimulus payments, we strongly recommend that you use Online Banking or our Greater Texas | Aggieland App to check your account balance and review for your stimulus payment.
If you do not receive your stimulus payment electronically, you can check the status at: irs.gov/coronavirus-tax-relief-and-economic-impact-payments
We also want to alert our members to be cautious and careful about fraud and scam scenarios involving promises to increase payments or offer free loans related to unemployment or stimulus programs. The Credit Union and government will not text you asking for personal information in order to process your stimulus payment.