When it comes to making your loan payment, you have options! Security First Federal Credit Union offers quick and easy ways to make your loan payment.
Pay in Online and Mobile Banking
To conduct transfers within online and mobile banking with TansferNow, just click on “Transfers” from the main menu.
Make a One-Time Transfer
Make a loan payment immediately by processing a one-time transfer from your SFFCU savings or checking account.
Schedule Future & Recurring Transfer
Schedule transfers in advance of the due date or set up recurring payments from your SFFCU savings or checking account.
Make an External Account Transfer
Make a direct payment to your loan by transferring funds from an external account (accounts at other financial institutions) to make your loan payment. Please note: There is a $2.00 fee for transferring funds from your SFFCU account to accounts to an external account (account at other financial institutions).
Pay by Mail or Night Drop Box
Mail in or drop off your payment at any branch Night Drop box. Mail 10 days in advance to:
Security First Federal Credit Union
Attn: Teller Department
P.O. Box 4829
McAllen, TX 78502
Pay by Phone
Make a payment over the phone with our Call Center for a $15 service fee. Give us a call at 956-661-4000 during regular business hours.
In Person at a Branch
You are always welcome to visit your nearest branch and make a payment in person.
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