When you need a reliable way to send money.
Incoming Wire Transfers
For times when you need funds sent to your account, a wire transfer can be sent using these instructions.Wiring Instructions for Members:
Wire through the Federal Reserve Bank for credit to:
Alloya Corporate Federal Credit Union
1021 Watervliet-Shaker Rd.
Albany, NY 12205
With further credit to:
Access Credit Union in Broadview, Illinois
Final credit to:
The member number and account number
Outgoing Wire Transfers
When you are sending funds to another account, use the Wire Transfer Authorization Form.
For international wire transfers, please use the International Wire Transfer Authorization Form.
How to Request a Wire Transfer.
- In person at a branch
- By fax 708-681-2524
- Upload your completed Wire Transfer Form online.
There is a fee for initiating a wire and you must provide photo identification. As part of our process for authenticating the request, we will call you at the phone number we have on file for your membership.
Requests must be received by the following times:
- Monday through Friday
- International by 2:00 P.M. EST
- Domestic by 3:30 P.M. EST
Items received after the stated times and on weekends or holidays will be sent on the next business day.
Wire Transfers: What you need to know.
Effective January 1, 2007 all wire transfers designated to the European Union must include a valid BIC (Bank Identification Code, a.k.a. SWIFT Code) and a valid IBAN (International Bank Account Number). A full receiving bank address will also be required. The codes and bank address information can only be supplied by the recipient or by the European financial institution. Failure to provide accurate BIC and IBAN codes could result in penalty charges imposed by the receiving financial institution, rejection and return.
Any wire transfer form presented to Access Credit Union which does not meet these requirements will result in immediate denial of the request.
Alternative Transfer Products.
We also offer Transfer Now!, a free service within Online Banking that allows funds transfers to and from other institutions.