It’s the easier way to pay. Enjoy the convenience of a Visa check card to make debits directly from your checking account. Use your check card for gas, groceries, dining and entertainment, online shopping or to withdraw quick cash from an ATM. It saves you the trouble of writing a check and relieves you of the need to carry lots of cash or use credit. Best of all, the entire transaction takes only seconds.
You get free use of the DCTFCU ATMs as well thousands of others nationwide. Your Visa Check Card allows you to check balances, transfer funds and withdraw cash with ease.
You will never be charged a fee when using a D.C. Teachers’ FCU ATM or one of thousands of STAR or CIRRUS ATMs in our nationwide shared network. You can also use over 80,000 CO-OP and Allpoint ATMs nationwide surcharge-free. However, if you use an ATM outside of our shared network you will incur a foreign transaction or balance inquiry fee as well as pay a fee to the ATM owner. Find a free ATM near you.
Remember, you can also withdraw cash at many Point of Sale (POS) locations by requesting cash back with your debit transaction.
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Monday and Thursday from 10AM until 4:30PM. Friday from 10AM until 5:30PM.
The branch closes from 11AM – Noon for lunch and closed Tuesday and Wednesday.