Making deposits your way
To activate your account, and receive your debit card, you must make an initial deposit.
Choose one of three easy ways to make a deposit
Mobile check deposits
Set up Direct Deposit
Direct Deposit is secure, fast, and convenient
Setting up direct deposit will provide instant access to money routinely deposited into your account, such as payroll or retirement benefits.
Simply fill out the direct deposit form and provide it to the company or agency that pays you.
Quick tip: Consult your HR Department on how to enroll in direct deposit.
Salary or wages
Dividend or investment income
Social Security (SSA)
Supplemental Security Income (SSI)
Civil service retirement
Other federal agency benefits
Enroll in Online and Mobile Banking
Enjoy the convenience of banking when you want, where you want.
Enroll in Online Banking then download the Union Bank® Mobile Banking app for even greater convenience.
You must be enrolled in Online Banking in order to use the mobile app.
For tips on how to complete the enrollment watch this video:
Activate debit card
Get the most out of your Debit Card
After making your required initial deposit, you should receive your debit card within 10 business days.Your debit card can be used for everyday purchases and bill payments anywhere Mastercard® is accepted. For added convenience and easy access, it can be added to your Digital Wallet.
Did your debit card arrive? Once you have it, please call 800-453-1573 to activate. From outside the U.S., call 323-720-5858.
If you haven't received your debit card 10 business days after your initial deposit, please call Union Bank® at 800-238-4486.
Quick tip: You can make purchases quickly and securely with your new contactless debit card.
After you activate your debit card, remember to add it to your phone's wallet for use with Apple Pay®, Google Pay®, or Samsung Pay®
Quick tip: Learn more about the ease and convenience of adding your debit card to your Digital Wallet.
Get Online Statements
Going paperless is easy
Save time, reduce clutter, and keep your financial information secure by going paperless. Statements and check images are available in Online Banking for up to seven years.
Pay bills online
Keep your finances in order with Online Bill Pay
The simplest, most convenient way to pay your bills is with Online Bill Pay—you get all your payments and bills in one easy-to-access place.
Quick tip: You can also set up payees and pay bills on your mobile device.
Log on to online banking
Click "Bill Pay"
Add your first payee and schedule a one-time or recurring payment
Take a tour of bill pay. Watch video.