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  • ITM | Vibrant Credit Union

    Discover the future of banking Full-service digital banking is now available in the Quad Cities and Des Moines. Get to know vibrantLive ITMs Our vibrantLive ITMs (interactive teller machines) may look like ATMs, but they can do practically everything you'd visit a branch for. ​ ​ You can connect instantly via video with a Vibrant teller during business hours any time you need assistance You don’t need a debit card—just your photo ID When you deposit a check, you'll get an image of the deposited check on your receipt You can perform more types of transactions beyond getting cash or making deposits—including making a loan or credit card payment or transferring funds vibrantLive ITMs vs ATMs: What's the difference? vibrantLive ITM You can use our vibrantLive ITMs the same way you use an ATM. But during regular business hours, they can do a lot more. Contact our vibrantLive teller to perform the transactions below. ​ Deposit cash or checks Make a loan or credit card payment Transfer funds Get change for larger bills Get a credit card advance Request Skip-a-Pay Update your contact information Order checks ATM You can use our vibrantLive ITMs to perform the functions below 24/7. ​ Deposit checks Withdraw cash ($20 bills only) View your account balance Nearby locations Vibrant HQ - Moline, IL 6600 44th Avenue Moline, IL 61265 United States Branch details Vibrant Coffeehouse + Kitchen – East Village 520 East Grand Avenue Des Moines, IA 50309 United States Branch details Vibrant Coffeehouse + Kitchen – Pleasant Valley 3230 Ridge Pointe Bettendorf, IA 52722 United States Branch details Frequently asked questions Are the vibrantLive ITM tellers Vibrant employees? They sure are! You may even recognize some friendly faces from your last trip to a Vibrant branch. Are the drive-thru vibrantLive ITMs available 24/7? While our drive-thru vibrantLive ITMs are available 24/7 for deposits or cash withdrawals, most other transactions will only be available during regular business hours. Will it take longer for my deposit to post than it would if I went to a ordinary branch? Nope! When you use the "talk to teller" option, your deposit will post at the same time it would if you made the deposit in person at a branch. Can I deposit coins through a vibrantLive ITM? Unfortunately, our vibrantLive ITMs do not have the ability to accept coins. You can find coin machines at our Moline (SouthPark) branch , at our Davenport branch , and at our Danville branch . Can I get a cashier's check or money order from a vibrantLive ITM? If you're at our Vibrant HQ location, you can get cashier's checks and money orders through the vibrantLive ITM. You will need to pick these items up from our front desk staff in the Vibrant HQ lobby. Please note: The front desk is only staffed from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Monday through Friday. If you need a cashier's check or money order on Saturday, please visit one of our other branches . ​ If you're using our East Village or Pleasant Valley vibrantLive ITMs, you can request to have a cashier's check mailed to you. Send us a secure message for more information! How can I ensure my transaction is private? You can either use the handset on the machine to speak directly with your teller or communicate via typing into the keyboard. There is also a mic jack on the machine for members who need to connect assistive technology. Can I get change for a $100 bill through a vibrantLive ITM? You absolutely can, provided you connect with a teller through the vibrantLive ITM first. They can dispense $1, $5, $20, and $100 bills as requested. ​ NOTE: If you're making an ordinary cash withdrawal without teller assistance, your withdrawal will be available in $20 bills only. FAQ

  • FAQ | Vibrant Credit Union

    What is my Vibrant routing number? 271183646 ​ You'll also find it in the footer of every page of this website! ​ How do I reset my online banking password? You can reset your password online if you have your username. We’ll ask you to verify your personal information as part of the process. Forgotten your username ? Hey, it happens! Just verify your personal information at the link, and you can get your username via email, text, or a voice call. Can I get a document notarized at a Vibrant location? Do I need to bring a witness? Some Vibrant branches do have a licensed notary among their staff, but unfortunately, it’s not a service we can guarantee will be available at all hours or at every location. If you do bring a document to be notarized at one of our branches, you will also need to bring someone with you to witness the document, as Vibrant employees cannot serve in that capacity. ​ If we’re not able to help, notary services are also frequently available at public libraries, post offices, and other government buildings. How do I order checks? The easiest way is through online banking! From your browser: Log in , then go to TOOLS and select CHECK ORDERS. From the mobile app: Tap the MORE... button, then select TOOLs, then CHECK ORDERS. You can also order checks directly from Harland Clarke. (Remember, your routing number is 271183646. Your account number is the 11-digit number that appears at the bottom of your check, to the right of the routing number.) How do I get a replacement debit or credit card? You can get one printed instantly at any Vibrant branch . For your security, the card holder is the only person who can pick up a new card, and you’ll have to show your government-issued ID. Where can I cash in coins? Vibrant has coin machines available to Vibrant members at our Moline branch near SouthPark Mall and at our Danville branch. Please visit the lobby to access the coin machine (going through the drive-thru is a good way to get your coins stuck in our tube!). When will my deposit appear in my account? If you make a deposit at a branch , it will appear in your account immediately unless there is a hold on the deposit. If you make a deposit at a Vibrant ATM , the first $225 of your deposit will be credited to your account at the time of the transaction. The remainder of your deposit will be available within two business days, unless there is a hold on the deposit. If you make a deposit through the mobile app , your deposit should appear in your account by the times listed below: Monday through Friday (all times are CT) Deposit Approved Posted to Account 12 a.m. – 10 a.m. 12 p.m. 10:01 a.m. – 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1:01 p.m. – 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 4:01 p.m. – 11:59 p.m. 12 p.m. on next business day We do not post deposits on Saturdays, Sundays, or federal holidays. What are Vibrant's current rates? We publish rates for all our products on this website. What is Vibrant's mailing address? Send all correspondence to: Vibrant P.O. Box 1550 Moline IL 61266-1550 Most(!) frequently asked questions Most (!) frequently asked questions Managing your account Does Vibrant offer accounts that would enable me to act as a financial custodian on behalf of an elderly, disabled, or minor individual? At this time, Vibrant does not offer custodial accounts such as rep payee, guardianship, or UTMA (Uniform Transfers to Minors Act). How can I add a beneficiary to my accounts? Connect with us through the secure messaging center via your online account or call us at 1-800-323-5109. Make sure you have the beneficiary's Social Security Number handy. How do I add a Power of Attorney (POA) to my account? To give the agent to whom you have granted financial power of attorney access to your account, send us a secure message from your online banking account or contact us directly during regular business hours. ​ To complete the process, you'll need to provide a notarized financial power of attorney agreement. Get in touch if you have questions! Does Vibrant offer trust and/or estate accounts? Trust and estate accounts are limited to members who already have an established relationship with Vibrant. If you'd like to set up an account, send us a secure message through your online banking account or contact us during regular business hours. Deposits ACH transfers & payments Online & mobile banking Loans Fraud Branches Branches What hours is Vibrant open? Our member contact center is available from 8:30 a.m. CT to 5:00 p.m. CT Monday through Friday and from 8:30 a.m. CT to 12:00 p.m. CT on Saturday, excluding most federal holidays . ​ Check the branch details for each location for exact details on lobby and drive-thru hours. Where are your branches located? Use this map to find the branch nearest you, as well as surcharge-free ATMs in the area. Deposits How do I deposit a check? There are three ways to deposit a check: at a Vibrant branch; at Vibrant ATMs located at the Moline (South Park and Vibrant HQ ), or Geneseo branches; or via the Vibrant mobile app. Download the mobile app for Android or Apple devices. Open the app and choose DEPOSIT CHECK from the menu at the bottom of the screen. Endorse your check, along with the words “For Mobile Deposit Only.” Choose the account where you want the deposit to go, enter the amount of the deposit, then take a photo of the front and back of the check. Submit your deposit! (If it’s before 4 p.m. CT on a business day, your deposit will appear by 6 p.m. at the latest. If it’s later, your deposit will post at noon on the next business day.) You'll receive an email from enstenta.monitor@jackhenry.com confirming your deposit. When will funds from my mobile deposit appear in my account? Deposit Approved Posted to Account 12 a.m. – 10 a.m. 12 p.m. 10:01 a.m. – 1 p.m. 2 p.m. 1:01 p.m. – 4 p.m. 6 p.m. 4:01 p.m. – 11:59 p.m. 12 p.m. on next business day We do not post deposits on Saturdays, Sundays, or federal holidays. One thing to remember—the time you submit a mobile deposit is not necessarily the same time that it is "accepted." You'll receive an email once we have reviewed your mobile deposit and submitted it for posting. My mobile deposit was denied—what’s the reason? It could be as simple as an unclear photo—make sure your camera lens is clean, put the check in front of a dark background, and try again! If that doesn’t help, make sure the deposit amount you’ve entered matches the amount of the check. Also make sure the written amount of the check (“XX and xx/100 dollars”) matches the numeric amount. Make sure all payees have endorsed the check (along with the words "For mobile deposit only") and that it is being deposited into an account owned by all payees. It also needs to be endorsed by all payees, and be deposited into an account owned by all payees. Make sure the amount of the check doesn’t exceed your daily deposit limit (you’ll find that number under the DEPOSIT AMOUNT field in the app). Finally, checks that are expired or were issued more than six (6) months ago will not be accepted—ask the payer to replace the check if this is the case. If your check is not accepted for mobile deposit, you should receive an email from enstenta.monitor@jackhenry.com explaining the reason for the denial. How do I set up direct deposit? Contact your employer, brokerage, or other entity that issues you a recurring check to let them know you’d like to set up direct deposit. They’ll ask you for your routing number (that’s 271183646 at Vibrant), account number, and account type (checking or savings). Once they’ve set up the information, you should see your next check direct-deposited to your account. When does my direct deposit show up in my account? Your direct deposit will appear in your account when Vibrant receives it. If your employer has sent the deposit but you don’t see it, contact them to verify the routing number, account number, and account type (checking or savings) they have on file for you. Why was a hold placed on my deposit? In general, we try to make any funds you deposit available to you on the same business day (as long as you make the deposit before 4 p.m. CT). In certain situations, however, we will place a hold on the deposit until we receive confirmation from the financial institution that issued the payment. The most common reasons for this are: Your deposit totaled more than $5,525 in a single day Your total deposit was larger than the balance available in your account Your account has been opened within the last 30 days The deposited check comes from an out-of-state financial institution If you need the funds immediately, make sure to ask when the funds will be available at the time you make the deposit. I lost my debit and/or credit card! What can I do? First, contact us immediately so we can ensure no fraudulent transactions are approved before you get a replacement card. Replacement cards are $10 and can be printed while you wait at any Vibrant branch—or, if you're willing to wait 7–10 days for delivery, we can mail your new card to you Can someone else pick up a replacement card for me? To protect your account, you will need to pick up your replacement card yourself and show government-issued photo ID. I received a call and/or text about fraud on my card. Is this legit? It depends. If we detect suspicious activity on your account, Vibrant will text and call you to confirm whether the transaction is legitimate. If you don’t reply to the message to confirm that it’s a legitimate transaction, we will place a temporary freeze on your card to ensure your funds remain safe. However, there's a common scam that has affected some of our members that you should be aware of—"spoofing." Your Caller ID may show Vibrant's name or phone number, but the call might actually be coming from a scammer. Or you may receive a text that says it's from Vibrant when it's not. To protect yourself, never share the following information with any unsolicited contact: Your credit or debit card number Your Vibrant account number Your full Social Security Number Your PIN Your online banking username and/or password In addition, if someone texts you a link and tells you to click it to confirm or deny your transaction, DON'T CLICK IT. Vibrant will not ask you to provide a confirmation number that we sent you to confirm a transaction, and we will never disclose the items you purchased. If you're not sure whether you've received a legitimate request, don't hesitate to contact our member contact center or send us a secure message through online banking. What is the periodic finance charge on my credit card statement? That’s the amount of interest that has accrued on your balance since your last statement. If you don’t pay your balance in full each month, you will be charged interest on the amount of your remaining balance. Please note—per the terms of your Mastercard account agreement , both cash advances and balance transfers will be charged interest as soon as those charges are made. Regular purchases have a grace period before interest begins to accrue. Debit & credit cards How do I transfer money from Vibrant to another financial institution? The easiest way is through your online account. First, link the external account where you want to send money to your Vibrant account. Whether you use the mobile app or online banking to add an external account, we will verify the information is correct by making two small deposits into that external account and ask you to verify them from your Vibrant account. You’ll also receive a call from our fraud team to confirm that you wish to connect to this external account. How do I set up automatic payments? If you wish to make a recurring payment, choose BILL PAY from the main menu of either the Vibrant app or your online account. Set up a payee Choose ADD PAYEE, designate whether they’re a business or an individual, then whether you want to issue payment via a check, SMS, ACH (digital) transfer, or email. Enter their payment details. Set up a payment From the Bill Pay dashboard, choose your PAYEE, then choose MAKE A PAYMENT. Enter the amount of the payment you want to make, and choose the frequency (from weekly to annually and everything in between), the date when you want the first payment to be made, and the number of times you want to make payments (or, alternatively, the date when you want to stop making payments). How long does it take for a transfer from Vibrant to be deposited at an external institution? All electronic payments take about 3 to 5 business days to be completed. ACH transfers & payments How do I set up online banking? Go to the login drop-down in the upper right hand corner of the Vibrant website and choose “No User ID? Enroll in online banking.” Just confirm your name, birthdate, SSN, and email address, and you’re ready to go! Help! I forgot my username and/or password for online banking. It happens to all of us occasionally! It’s easy to recover this information. On the main login screen, choose the “Forgot User ID?” or “Forgot Password?” links. How do I add my Vibrant debit or credit card to my mobile wallet? APPLE Go to the Wallet app on your iPhone or iPad and tap the plus (+) sign to get started. ANDROID Go to the Google Pay app on your phone or tablet and tap the +ADD TO WALLET button. Can I use my Vibrant debit or credit card with Venmo, CashApp, PayPal, etc.? Yes you can! Go to your preferred app and add your card information. In most cases, you can enter your debit card number rather than your full checking account details (routing number and account number). Also, if you pay through your debit card, you should not be charged an additional credit card processing fee. Check with the app for details. Online & mobile banking When is my loan payment due? You can see your next payment due date via online or mobile banking. Go to your account dashboard, select your loan account, and then choose ACCOUNT DETAILS. If you don’t see a due date, your next account statement has not yet been issued. Check back soon! How much is my loan payment? You can view your loan payment amount via online or mobile banking. Go to your account dashboard, select your loan account, and then choose ACCOUNT DETAILS. If the payment amount is $0, your next account statement has not yet been issued. Check back soon! I received a notice about a missing title. What should I do? If you have an auto loan through Vibrant, we will need to hold the original title while the vehicle is being used as collateral for that loan. You can either mail the title directly to Vibrant, or it can be dropped off at a branch. If you purchased the vehicle through a dealership and they were responsible for sending the title to Vibrant, contact them to see if they’ve sent the title yet. Our mailing address is P.O. Box 1550, Moline IL 61266-1550. I received a notice about auto insurance. What do I need to do? While you're paying off your Vibrant auto loan, we need proof of full coverage insurance on the financed vehicle. You can share the declaration page from your insurance agent. If you currently do not have insurance or have a lapse of insurance, talk to our partners at Vibrant Insurance ! We may be able to help you find a great rate. Where do I send my proof of insurance? Call (800) 523-6404 or visit www.myinsuranceinfo.com . How do I access my extended warranty to make a repair to my vehicle? Call Route 66, your extended warranty provider, at (800) 808-0828. How do I start a GAP claim for my auto loan? Call Allied’s Total Loss Department at (800) 264-2372. How do I apply to skip a loan payment on my auto, personal, or Loan Program (Equipment) loan? You can apply online or contact our member service center if you need assistance filling out the application or have questions. ​ *Skip-a-Pay qualifications are subject to change at any time. What is the fee for skipping a loan payment? It depends on the amount of the loan payment. If yours is less than $200, the fee is $100 per skipped payment. If yours is more than $200, the fee is $180 per skipped payment. ​ The amount of the fee will be added to the end of your current loan term. You don't need to pay anything when you apply. ​ You can skip a payment on an auto or personal loan up to two times a year (non-consecutive months) if your account is in good standing and if you have skipped fewer than six loan payments during the term of your loan. ​ You can skip a payment on a Loan Program (equipment) loan a maximum of three times over the life of the loan if your account is in good standing, you've made at least one loan payment, and if you've skipped fewer than three loan payments during the term of your loan. ​ ​ *Skip-a-Pay qualifications are subject to change at any time. Loans I received a letter in the mail from Vibrant. Is it legit? First, make sure the letter actually came from Vibrant and not from a company that’s trying to sell you a warranty or loan insurance. (You can call our member contact center at (800) 323-5109 if you’re not sure.) If you receive a letter from Vibrant telling you your debit or credit card has been compromised, it’s legit! When this happens, we temporarily freeze your card until you receive a new card (which will be mailed to you automatically). I received a call/text/email about fraud on my card. Is this legit? It might be! ​ Our system will automatically notify you if a suspicious transaction is attempted on your card. If you don’t reply to the message to confirm that it’s a legitimate transaction, we will place a temporary freeze on your card to ensure your funds remain safe. Be aware that scammers frequently spoof the names and phone numbers of legitimate businesses so that it appears a text is coming from them when it's not. Never click a link you've been texted, and never share the following information: Your account number Your card number Your PIN Your online banking username and/or password Your full Social Security Number ​ ​ If in doubt, don't hesitate to contact us or send a secure message through online banking. Fraud

  • 5 New Years resolutions that will be easy to keep

    5 New Years resolutions that will be easy to keep We all start a new year with the best of intentions, but building new habits is hard. If you want to take better control of your personal finances in 2022, here are a few things you can do that won’t require a lot of time—or a lot of willpower. We all start a new year with the best of intentions, but building new habits is hard. If you want to take better control of your personal finances in 2022, here are a few things you can do that won’t require a lot of time—or a lot of willpower. Resolution #1: How to save more money One reason New Year’s resolutions fail is because they are too easy to break. You can turn regular savings into a habit by automating the process. Set up an automatic transfer each pay day that transfers a small amount of cash into your savings account. It’s okay to start small—you don’t want to be tempted to cancel your transfer because you suddenly need that money for something else next month. You can always increase the amount in the future. Time required: 2 minutes to log in to online banking and set up a new automatic transfer Resolution #2: How to reduce your debt One of the fastest ways you can reduce your monthly debt expenses is by reducing your borrowing costs. With interest rates still near record lows, it’s a great time to explore refinancing your mortgage, your auto loan, or consolidating your debt into a single monthly payment. Right now, for instance, credit card rates average about 16% APR (annual percentage rate). If you have good (or better) credit, you can probably find a personal loan that charges considerably less. Time required: 60 minutes (and often far less) to fill out an application, talk with a banker, and sign documentation Resolution #3: How to reduce your spending Are you spending money right now on things you don’t even use? Take a look at your subscriptions—streaming services, magazines and newspapers, websites—and think hard about the value they provide. Do you watch enough baseball to justify a $129 subscription to MLB? Are Spotify’s ads really that annoying? Time required: 5 minutes or less to cancel an account, depending on whether it's one of those companies that makes you call instead of letting you cancel online (definitely stop giving those guys your money) Resolution #4: How to earn more money (easy mode) First, an easy thing you should check right now: Are you earning your full employer match on your retirement savings? Many employees, including Vibrant, will match your contribution dollar-for-dollar up to a certain percentage. If you’re not contributing at least that percentage of your salary to your retirement plan, you’re essentially telling your employer to keep an extra 1, 2, or even 5 percent of your annual salary for themselves. Time required: 15 minutes or less to ask your HR department what you need to do to increase your contribution Resolution #5: How to earn more money (advanced) Second, there’s never been a better time to think about changing jobs—or renegotiating your current salary. The latest economic data shows there are more than 10 million open jobs right now, while the number of Americans collecting unemployment is lower than 2 million. Lots of people are finding better jobs right now—which could mean that your current employer might be more willing to increase salaries to keep experienced workers from moving on. It’s probably a good time to mention that Vibrant is hiring—and we offer a 401(k) match up to 6 percent of your salary. Check out our current openings . Time required: As little as a couple of weeks to six months or longer, depending on your field and your location Next Item Previous Item

  • Understanding recent bank failures and what they mean for you

    Understanding recent bank failures and what they mean for you With the back-to-back-to-back failures of Silicon Valley Bank, Signature Bank, and Silvergate Bank, followed by widespread turmoil in the financial markets, it's only natural to wonder whether your own money is safe where it is. With the back-to-back-to-back failures of Silicon Valley Bank , Signature Bank , and Silvergate Bank, followed by widespread turmoil in the financial markets, it's only natural to wonder whether your own money is safe where it is. The most important thing to know is that these recent bank failures were the fault of decisions made by those institutions specifically — and that they don’t necessarily reflect on the financial stability of other banks and credit unions. Nevertheless, their collapse is a timely reminder to learn more about the financial health of your own credit union or bank. Here are a few tips for evaluating how safe your money is. If you have less than $250,000 in deposits with a single NCUA- or FDIC-insured financial institution, you’re not at risk. If you have less than a total of $250,000 deposited among your accounts (including checking, savings, money market, CD, IRA, and Revocable Trust accounts), your funds are protected. If you share any of those accounts with another person, then both of you are individually insured up to $250,000 in deposits. That means that if you and your spouse share a checking account and a savings account, then you’re protected up to $500,000 of deposits. Three account owners? Then you’re protected up to $750,000. How do you find out if your financial institution is NCUA- or FDIC-insured? Deposit insurance for credit union members is provided by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). All federal credit unions and nearly all state-chartered credit unions (including Vibrant) are protected by NCUA deposit insurance. You can confirm your credit union’s NCUA status by searching the NCUA member database . You should also see notices about its NCUA insurance posted on its website and on its premises. Deposit insurance for U.S. banks is provided by the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC). Nearly all U.S. banks are FDIC-insured. As with the NCUA, the FDIC also requires member institutions to post notices about its FDIC membership on its website and on its premises. You can also confirm a bank’s FDIC status through the FDIC website. If you DO have deposits in excess of FDIC or NCUA limits, take a closer look at your financial institution’s performance. There may be situations where you need to maintain a total balance above the deposit insurance limit of $250,000 — for instance, if you’re running a business with large cash requirements for payroll or inventory or if you're trying to maximize your interest earnings by consolidating your money in a single account with the best available rate. If that’s the case, here are some ways to assess your financial institution’s overall health. 1. Find out where your credit union or bank invests its deposits. Financial institutions generate revenue in two ways — either by lending money out and earning interest on those loans or by investing in other forms of equity — stocks, bonds, and other securities. You can look at Vibrant’s statement of financial condition to get a broad overview of where we invest deposits. In the case of Silicon Valley Bank, by comparison, more than 40 percent of its income came from investments — many in the form of long-term Treasury bonds, which have lost value as interest rates have risen in the last year. Meanwhile, Signature and Silvergate heavily invested in cryptocurrency, which has also lost significant value in the past year. 2. Look for steady deposit growth. When people and businesses continue to deposit their money with an institution, it’s a sign there’s strong confidence in how the institution manages its assets. In Vibrant’s case, total deposits have grown from about $407 million at the end of 2012 to about $774 million at the end of 2022 — a 47 percent increase in deposits over the last decade. (You can access past financial statements for Vibrant or any credit union via the NCUA website if you really want to get in the weeds.) 3. Look at the institution’s capitalization classification. Every NCUA- or FDIC-insured financial institution must meet certain capital requirements that ensure it has enough cash on hand to meet its depositors' needs. NCUA considers a credit union “well capitalized” if it has a net worth ratio above 7 and a capital ratio above 10. For reference, Vibrant’s current net worth ratio of 9.48 and capital ratio of 14.93 place it well within the "well capitalized" category. (Capitalization classifications are available for every credit union within the quarterly call reports posted on the NCUA website.) Why a credit union can be a less risky choice than a bank The bank run that led to the collapse of Silicon Valley Bank resulted from widespread panic among depositors after its financial reporting showed the bank might not have funds available to meet all its financial obligations. Rather than risk losing any deposits in excess of FDIC insurance limits, many customers decided to withdraw their funds while they could and move them elsewhere — making Silicon Valley Bank’s existing issues even worse. In general, credit unions like Vibrant are far less likely to experience bank runs because the overwhelming majority of their deposits are federally guaranteed. More than 90 percent of credit union deposits fall within deposit insurance limits, while only about 50 percent of bank deposits do. Additionally, credit unions tend to prioritize safe, sound, and fiscally responsible investments over the pursuit of the ever-higher profits expected by bank shareholders. As member-owned nonprofits, credit unions don’t answer to Wall Street — only to their members. For Vibrant, that means lending money at affordable rates and providing a fair return for members who put their savings into money market accounts and certificates of deposit. If you’re considering moving your money now, talk to us about how we can help safeguard your deposits while enabling you to meet your financial needs. Open an account today . Next Item Previous Item

  • Individual Retirement Account (IRA) | Vibrant Credit Union

    Increase your financial flexibility by opening an IRA. Make retirement planning less taxing Contact an advisor Choose the type of account you want You can choose to deposit your IRA contributions in a traditional savings account or in an IRA certificate of deposit (CD). See our current CD rates. Make a tax-deductible contribution As of 2023, you can contribute up to $6,500 a year to your IRA account if you're younger than 50. After that, you can contribute up to $7,500 a year. These contributions are tax-deductible at the time of contribution. Avoid penalties for early withdrawal You can withdraw your money from an IRA at any time—but if you're below the age of 59 and 1/2 years, you may be subject to additional tax penalties except in certain circumstances. Start making withdrawals by age 72 Once you reach 72 years of age, you're required to receive a minimum distribution from your account every year. The exact amount will depend on your balance and your estimated life expectancy. Your IRA distribution is subject to state and federal taxes. How a traditional IRA works Make retirement planning less taxing Increase your financial flexibility by opening an IRA Contact an advisor Make your savings work harder with a CD Get a better return on your savings when you invest in a certificate of deposit. Invest as little as $5 and for as short a period as 3 months. See rates

  • Escrow Change Form | Vibrant Credit Union

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  • Skip a Pay | Vibrant Credit Union

    Take a break from your bills If you’re between paychecks or simply want some extra cash in your pocket now, Skip-a-Pay is the fast and easy way to stretch your budget. Take a break from your bills If you’re between paychecks or simply want some extra cash in your pocket now, Skip-a-Pay is the fast and easy way to stretch your budget. Apply now *By filling out this form and clicking the submit button, you agree to be contacted by Vibrant Credit Union via phone, email, and/or text message for this product or service. A Vibrant employee may follow up with additional questions. All Skip-a-Pay requests are subject to Vibrant Credit Union approval. Non-real estate closed-end consumer loans only. Email documents will arrive from DocuSign and may arrive to your Junk/Spam folder. Processing time may take 1–2 business days. This payment skip will extend the final maturity date of your loan by one (1) month. Interest will continue to accrue on the unpaid balance. All principal, interest and fees will be due at the maturity of your loan. By participating in Vibrant Credit Union’s Skip-a-Pay program, you request that Vibrant defer your loan payment(s) as indicated. You agree and understand that: 1) finance charges will continue to accrue at the rate of your original loan agreement; 2) deferring your payments will extend the term(s) of your loan(s); 3) you will be required to resume your monthly payments the following month; 4) loan must be current. The processing fee per loan is $100 for loan payments up to $200 and $180 for loan payments over $200. The processing fee will be added to the loan. Each non-real estate loan is allowed a maximum of two (2) skipped payments per 12-month period and are limited to six (6) total for the life of the loan. There must be one full payment made between skips. Loan Program loans are eligible for one (1) skip per 12-month period, after at least one initial payment on the loan has been made and are limited to three (3) for the life of the loan. It is the member's responsibility to make adjustments to their automatic payment(s). This policy is subject to change without notice. If your loan includes GAP coverage, this payment and any fees associated with it may not be covered in the event of a total loss. When you Skip-a-Pay, you pay absolutely nothing now: Your skipped payment is added to the end of your current term Processing fees are based on the amount of the skipped payment and will not be due until the end of your loan term* How it works To apply, all you need is your account number and current balance: Check your inbox for confirmation and a form from DocuSign to agree to the Skip-A-Payment terms If you use autopay, make sure to adjust any scheduled payments What to expect Anyone with a Vibrant auto, personal, Loan Program (equipment) loan can apply if: Your balance is current Auto and personal loans: It’s been more than one payment cycle since you last used Skip-a-Pay and you've skipped fewer than 6 payments total Loan Program (equipment loans): You've made at least 1 loan payment and you've skipped fewer than 3 payments total Who can apply?

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  • Earn 5.50% APY on a 13-Month CD | Vibrant Credit Union

    Growing fast? You deserve a high 5 For a limited time, earn a guaranteed 5.50% APY* on a 13-month Certificate of Deposit. Add a Title Become a member For a limited time, earn a guaranteed 5.0% APY* on a 13-month Certificate of Deposit. Growing fast? You deserve a high 5 Open a 13-month Certificate of Deposit First name* Last name* Email* Mobile phone number Submit Act now—a rate this good won’t be around for long! APY = Annual Percentage Yield. 13-month certificates will automatically renew into a 12-month term at maturity. ^$5 minimum to open account. Penalty may be imposed for early withdrawal. Federally insured by NCUA. We're offering you our best rate in years—for a limited time only If you’ve been looking for a safe place to park your money in this uncertain financial market, consider Vibrant’s new 13-month CD. It’s a great way to make your savings work harder without locking yourself into a long-term commitment. Open an account with as little as $5—with no limit on how much you can deposit. (Thinking about depositing more than $250,000? Talk to us about no-cost strategies for maximizing your deposit insurance.)

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