ACH Transfers

Do you send or receive ACH transfers frequently? Set up External Transfers

Click here to download the simple instructions so you can easily set up and initiate ACH requests between your AGCU account and other financial institutions through Online Banking


Setting up an ACH Transfer with AGCU

ACH External TransfersAn ACH Transfer is a fast way to get your money moved from one financial institution to another on a recurring basis. It gives you a convenient option to move your money – whether you want to set aside the same amount to save or you want an easy way to make your loan payment at one institution from an account you have at another institution.

In order to set up a recurring ACH Transfer, please complete the ACH Authorization Form at least 10 days before you would like the first transfer to take place. Then email the signed form to ach@agcu.org or fax to 417-447-9399. We offer weekly, bi-weekly, monthly, quarterly, and annual transfers. Please note that when your recurring payment or transfer date falls on a weekend or non-business day, your payment or transfer will occur on the next business day after your requested transfer date.

REMEMBER… ACH Transfer is only to transfer between your accounts at financial institutions.


Other Helpful ACH Tips

In order to set up ACH transfers to your AGCU account, you must provide the ACH routing number, which is printed on your checks for reference.

Use this routing number to set up:

  • Direct deposit of your payroll, Social Security, or even tax refunds
  • Direct payment of consumer bills such as credit cards, utility bills, and insurance premiums
  • E-commerce payments
  • Federal, state, and local tax payments

You may also use our free Bill Pay service to pay bills, loans, and even other people. Please see the Bill Pay page for more information.


Do you have questions regarding these services? Call (417) 831-4398 or CLICK HERE and we will contact you!

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