COVID-19 Information Center

Keeping our employees and members safe is our first priority.

We continue to implement procedures to protect our employees and members. Below are some changes we have implemented due to the further spread of this virus.

Loan Appointments

For loans, mortgage, emergency advances and business that require a face-to-face meeting, we are able to accommodate you by appointment. Please call our call center at 513-753-2440 to schedule an appointment.

Remote Services

Our mobile app and online banking platforms are available for 24/7 access to your account. You are able to view transactions, check balances, make payments, make deposits and more from the comfort of your home.

Get My Payment

The IRS launched an online tool, Get My Payment,

which will allow taxpayers to essentially track their

stimulus payments.

Economic Resources for Individuals and Families

Find links to local, state, and federal resources and information on unemployment assistance, health insurance relief, school meals, and more.

Important Notice: IRA 2020

The CARES Act temporarily waives required minimum distributions (RMDs) for all types of IRAs for calendar year 2020. We however encourage you to contact your financial or tax advisor for the most recent update on changes to IRA withdrawal requirements.

Keeping Your Money Safe

The safety and soundness of your financial assets is a top priority at Sharefax.

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Education Center

Sharefax Personal Banking Demos & Training

At Sharefax Credit Union, we are dedicated to educating our members. Use our Education Center to find information about online banking, mobile app, external transfers, and more! Watch videos and demos to learn how to use our electronic services that are available 24/7.

 

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Keeping Your Money Safe

The safety and soundness of your financial assets is a top priority at Sharefax.

All member deposits are federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration, our equivalent of FDIC at the banks. NCUA is a federal agency that insures savings in Federal and most State chartered credit unions across the country. The National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund (NCUSIF) is backed by the full faith and credit of the United States government. All deposits are federally insured up to at least $250,000.