Mobile Services

Mobile Banking

Checking balances, transferring funds and paying your LVECU loans from a smartphone or tablet just became a lot easier! Bill pay, quick login and balance peek features are included.

e-Tran® Online Banking

Banking from home, 24 hours a day. (Password reset feature is included!)

Free Bill Pay

Easy bill payment using e-Tran.® (Share draft checking and e-Tran® required.)


Convenient and secure, view statements anytime and print only when needed.

Remote Deposit Capture

Remote Deposit Capture (Check Deposit by Smartphone) allows you to deposit a check without visiting a branch. All you need is a smartphone and the e-Tran® Mobile App. (e-Tran® Online Banking access required.)


Make Person to Person payments to non-members.

Online Applications

Take the hassle out of applying for membership or loans by applying online.


Inclement Weather

Due to inclement weather, the credit union may adjust its hours of operation. Before heading out on the road, please call the credit union office, check the website, or log on to the WFMZ website for the most up-to-date closing information.

Avoid Skimmers at the Pump

Skimmers are illegal card readers attached to payment terminals — like gas pumps — that grab data off a credit or debit card’s magnetic stripe without your knowledge. Criminals sell the stolen data or use it to buy things online. You won’t know your information has been stolen until you get your statement or an overdraft notice.

Skimmers are nothing new, but technology has made them smaller and harder to find. Sometimes, they’re even hidden inside a gas pump. Here are tips to help you avoid a skimmer when you gas up:

  • Make sure the gas pump panel is closed and doesn’t show signs of tampering.
  • Take a good look at the card reader itself. Does it look different than other readers at the station?
  • If you use a debit card at the pump, run it as a credit card instead of entering a PIN.
  • Monitor your credit card and bank accounts regularly to spot unauthorized charges.
  • If you’re really concerned about skimmers, you can pay inside rather than at the pump. Another option is to use a gas pump near the front of the store.

If your credit card has been compromised, report it to your bank or card issuer. Federal law limits your liability if your credit, ATM, or debit card is lost or stolen, but your liability may depend on how quickly you report the loss or theft.

Consider placing a fraud alert or a credit freeze on your credit report. This requires businesses to confirm your identity before approving applications in your name.

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Important Information About Your IRA

April 17, 2018 is the last day to make Traditional or Roth IRA deposits for the 2017 tax year.  When mailing IRA deposits always indicate the tax year you would like the deposit contributed. Statements for IRA balances will be mailed by May 31, 2018.

Kirby Kangaroo & CYY

Each quarter we get new Kirby Kangaroo merchandise for our Club members to purchase with their Kirby Credits! Want to see the latest items? Stop in to either office or visit our Kids/Teen Club page to view the newest additions.

Congratulations to our $100 CYY 3rd Quarter Drawing winner, Kiera Segan. All you need to do is enter whenever you visit the credit union, and you could be our next $100 winner!

How Long Do You Need to Keep All This Financial Paperwork?

With tax season right around the corner, you’ll likely find yourself wondering how long you should keep some of your paperwork. Well, here’s a handy primer.

When you no longer need any of the documents listed below make sure to dispose of them properly by shredding to keep personal information confidential.

2 months to a year

Credit Card receipts/ statements and pay check stubs are information that should be kept up to a year.

Receipts and statements should be kept to review with your monthly statements, if they are correct, shred the receipts. Exceptions include: keeping receipts if you’re disputing a bill, covering a warranty or possibly returning an item.

With pay stubs, make sure they match your annual W-2 when received, then shred the stubs. If the information doesn’t match, notify your employer.

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Annual Meeting Invitation

You are invited to attend the LVECU Annual Meeting.

The business meeting is an opportunity for you to voice your concerns, to ask questions, and let your opinion be heard. You are not only a member at LVECU, you are an owner.

To sign up, email or complete the reservation form and return it by March 9, 2018. A wonderful breakfast buffet will be provided. See you there! Please include the name(s) and the last 2 digits of the account number(s) of each member attending.

Remember, your participation is important for the growth and strength of the credit union movement.

Click here for a printable registration form.

2018 Scholarships

Applications now being accepted!

LVECU will once again be offering ten $1,000 scholarships! Applicants must be a member in good standing for at least 12 months (custodial accounts and joint owners do not qualify) and be enrolled full-time for the upcoming semester as a student of an undergraduate program, or a minimum two-year course of study at a community college, trade school, or technical school. Scholarship certificates will be awarded at the LVECU Annual Meeting on March 17, 2018 and the winners will receive their scholarship funds following the fall 2018 semester, provided they meet the scholarship guidelines. Please stop in to either office or visit our website for complete details and to pick up your application. Applications will be accepted through January 31, 2018.

  • No Balance Transfer Fees
  • No Transaction Fee
  • No Minimum Finance Charge
  • No Annual Fee
  • Variable and 1% Cashback Cards Available
  • And More!

Call 610-820-0145 ext 503, email or stop in our office to get a balance transfer form.

*APR = Annual Percentage Rate. Rate subject to change without notice. Not available on current LVECU credit card balances and not all applicants will qualify. 2.49% apr promotional rate valid on balance transfers received between 1/1/2018 and 3/31/2018. Rate reverts to regular balance transfer rate (currently 6.25% apr, subject to change) on any unpaid balance transfers beginning April 2019.

Giving Back

Thank you to everyone who helped us decorate our Christmas Trees with hats, scarves, gloves, etc. Your generously donated items will benefit homeless families of the Lehigh Valley this winter season.