WHAT IS A SAFE DEPOSIT BOX?
A safe deposit box is a secure container used to store valuables at the Credit Union. Boxes are usually made of metal and have a variety of sizes available. Safe deposit boxes are only accessible during regular business hours, which is important to keep in mind when deciding what to put in a safe deposit box.
WHAT SHOULD GO IN A SAFE DEPOSIT BOX?
- Personal Paperwork (like birth or marriage certificates, deed to your home, etc.)
- Paper bonds or stock certificates
- Collectibles (like stamp or coin collections)
WHAT SHOULD NOT GO IN A SAFE DEPOSIT BOX?
- Medical Directives
- Original copy of will
- Cash (since safe deposit boxes are not covered by NCUA insurance)
CONVENIENCE MEETS SECURITY
Did you know some of our locations offer self-service safe deposit boxes? That means instead of having to wait on a staff member to assist you with opening your box, you can use our state-of-the-art fingerprint system to easily access your safe deposit box. Ask your branch if this service is available.
A safe deposit box is a good thing to consider if you have important items needing to be stored in a secure place. If you decide to open a safe deposit box, you may want to seek separate insurance for any valuables you place inside. Many of our locations offer safe deposit box rentals. Check out our locations page to see if a branch near you offers this service.
Safe Deposit Boxes: Available to qualifying Members. Some restrictions may apply. Available on a first-come, first-serve basis. Available at select-branch locations. Ask for details.