Get Paid Early*

As a Del-One member, you can get paid up to 2 days earlier automatically, just by enrolling in Direct Deposit! Direct Deposit is the safest, quickest, and most convenient way of having your paycheck deposited into your Checking or Savings accounts.

JUMPSTART YOUR BUDGETING & GET MORE TIME WITH
YOUR MONEY

Up to 2 days early access to your money
Greater control over your finances
Easily manage unexpected expenses

EARLY PAYDAY FAQs

How do I sign up for direct deposit?

Sign up for direct deposit by clicking the Enroll Now button above and complete the Direct Deposit form to provide to your payor (generally your employer). All Del-One checking and savings accounts are eligible to receive direct deposits.

Will my direct deposits arrive two days early?

This depends on the timing of the submission of the payment file from your payor. The funds will be available on the day the payment file is received, which may be up to 2 days earlier than the scheduled payment date.

Is there a fee for getting my paycheck early?

This is a free automatic benefit for all Del-One members who have a checking or savings account with direct deposit.

What if I already have direct deposit set up for my checking account?

If you have already enrolled in direct deposit, you don’t need to do anything to get your paycheck early. It automatically happens!

Can I choose to stop receiving my direct deposits early?

No. Early access to your paycheck is an automatic feature when you set up direct deposit.

Can I set up direct deposit for a different type of account other than checking?

Yes. Savings accounts are also eligible for direct deposit.

READY FOR AN EARLY
PAYDAY?

Sign up for direct
deposit TODAY!

READY FOR AN EARLY PAYDAY?

Sign up for direct deposit
TODAY!

*Conditions/restrictions apply. Early access to pay is dependent on and subject to payor submitting payroll information to the credit union before the release date. Del-One will generally make these funds available on the day the payment file is received, not to exceed 2 days prior to the scheduled payment date. Early payday posting is also dependent on member providing accurate credit union account information to the payor.