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Key Facts about DECU ATM Deposit Transactions: 

  • Depositing into an ATM is easy and convenient at a DECU ATM.  No fumbling for an envelope.  Simply enter your cash or a check into the machine after following the onscreen prompts.  Once your transaction is complete, your transaction record will include an image/ picture of the check.  If cash is deposited, an itemized listing of your denominations deposited will be included on your transaction record.
  • eDeposit is available through our Mobile banking app also.  Log-in to Mobile Banking, select eDeposits and follow the onscreen prompts.  Download DECU Mobile Banking from the App Store.
  • If you do not have access to our ATMs or offices, you may prefer to purchase a money order and then deposit it into your DECU account via the following services: eDeposit or by mail to Deere Employees Credit Union | 3950 38th Avenue | Moline, IL  61265
  • All ATM deposits are subject to a two (2) business day hold. The amount released immediately is determined by your account relationship.
  • ATM machines not owned by DECU may accept a foreign deposits (meaning deposits for another institution). Unfortunately, we do not have a list of ATMs that offer foreign deposit services.


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