WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW
On November 19, 2020, the members of Loup Employees Credit Union voted to merge with Louisiana Federal Credit Union. This merger will take place on January 1, 2021.
We thank you for the ongoing support during the transfer from Loup Employees Credit Union to Louisiana Federal Credit Union. Over the last 85 years, we have been helping people in our community save money and live better lives. That's our mission, and we look forward to helping you.
On behalf of our Board of Directors and the entire credit union team, again thank you for your support and welcome you to the Louisiana FCU family.
ENROLL IN ONLINE BANKING
CHECK YOUR MAILBOX
Your new account number will arrive in the mail. You will need this information to enroll in online banking. This information can also be obtained by visiting a Louisiana FCU branch with your picture ID.
Once you've received your new account number, you'll need to create your online banking profile. This can be done as early as January 4, 2021.
After you've registered, you'll automatically be redirected to your online banking profile, where you can create budgets, savings goals, set up bill payments, and more.
GET ANSWERS TO YOUR FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Will my account number change?
Yes. Your Loup account number will change to a new Louisiana FCU account number. This account number will arrive in the mail to the address on file. Your new account number can also be obtained by visiting a branch location with your picture ID.
How do I make my loan payments?
There will be no changes to your loan terms or rates. If you currently pay your loan using payment coupons, please continue doing so. Alternatively, payments can be made at any Louisiana FCU branch, any shared branch, or by mail to PO Box 1956, LaPlace, LA 70069.
Will payroll continue to post to my account?
If you have direct deposit, notify your payroll department of your new account number and routing number. Payroll direct deposits processed with your existing Loup CU account number will expire on December 31, 2020.
Will my account continue to be insured?
Your accounts will remain safe and federally insured through the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund, a U.S. Government Agency, just as they are today.