Round Three of Stimulus Payments: What You Should Know

Authored By: Kat Wille on 3/12/2021

 

The bill approving economic impact payments has been signed by our President. Funds could start being distributed by the IRS as soon as March 15th. A few things we want you to know:

  • You may see the deposit pending in your accounting within Online & Mobile Banking. These funds will be available on the effective date of the payment, which is determined by the IRS.
  • To see if you have a pending deposit; please log into your Online Banking account and view the account the deposit would be transferred to. Any pending deposits will be listed at the top.
  • If you would like to check on the status of your stimulus payment, please visit irs.gov/coronavirus/get-my-payment

Please make sure to check back on our website for more information. We will be sharing any new information we receive at mfcu.net/stimulus and here on our Facebook.

You can also set up an eAlert within your Online Banking to notify you when your Stimulus Payment has been deposited. To set up an eAlert, please click Settings from the main menu and select eAlerts

If you're thinking about different ways to put your stimulus check to use, check out our suggestions on financially savvy ways to use your stimulus check.



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Stimulus Check was pending, but haven't received it!
3/19/2021 8:03 PM an anonymous user.
I noticed the stimulus check was pending in account. Then it disappeared and I have yet to receive it. I checked the IRS website and it states that it was suppose to be deposited on March 17th. And as of yet, I have not received any funds. What are the steps to handle this?
Reply From Members First Credit Union:

Please give us a call at 855.835.6328, utilize Live Chat through Online Banking, or stop into any branch and we would be happy to verify your information and look into this for you. Thanks!

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