Stimulus checks, also known as Economic Impact Payments, are in the process of being sent out. Review our Q&A for answers to learn what you need to know about your Economic Impact Payment.
Stimulus Pre-Paid Card Info
As stimulus prepaid cards arrive in the mail, helpful information on how to withdrawal your funds for fee is here: https://www.eipcard.com
How to transfer money from your EIP card to your bank account
- Activate your card by calling 1.800.240.8100 (TTY: 1.800.241.9100). Remember, you’ll have to give your Social Security, or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number.
- Then, go to EIPCard.com to register for online access. (Or you can download the Money Network Mobile App and register for mobile app access.)From either place, click on “Register” and then follow the steps to create your User ID and Password. You’ll need your routing and bank account number on hand to link your card to your bank account. The easiest way to find those numbers is by calling your bank, or visiting your bank’s website. If you happen to have an actual checkbook, find the first nine numbers at the bottom of one of your checks. This is your routing number. The ten to 12 numbers after that are your bank account number.
- Once your card and bank are linked, choose “Move Money Out” and follow the steps to set up an ACH transfer. Transfers should post to your bank account in 1-2 business days.
Check Your Refund Status here.
How will I receive my stimulus check?
If you filed your taxes and had your refund directly deposited in your account, your refund will be made via direct deposit to the same account your refund was deposited to. If you did not receive your refund electronically, a check will be mailed to you. If you receive a check, deposits are easy using Mobile Deposits right from your phone through our Mobile App.
If I haven’t filed my taxes, will I still get a stimulus?
As long as you have filed your 2018 or 2019 taxes, you will receive a stimulus check as long as you qualify to receive a stimulus check from the IRS. Here is what you need to know about your Economic Impact Payment
Why didn’t I get my stimulus payment yet?
The IRS is sending payments in waves. See IRS.gov for more details.
How much will I get?
To determine what you may qualify for, visit IRS.gov to determine what you may qualify for.
Will my stimulus payment be available immediately?
If your payment is received electronically through a direct deposit, the funds will be available to you immediately.
What if my account is overdrawn?
If you are overdrawn in your FCCU account, when the stimulus payment posts, your negative balance will be taken care of first.
Do I have to pay this back?
No. The stimulus payment is for you to keep.