BMI Federal Credit Union
Helping You Get Your Stimulus Payment
What You Need to Know
The government is preparing to distribute the next round of economic stimulus for taxpayers, businesses, tax-exempt organizations, and healthcare administrators due to COVID-19. Here's what you need to know.
Get Prepared to Receive Your Stimulus
There are a few things you can do before you plan to receive your stimulus, especially if you had trouble receiving your first stimulus.
Get Notified of Your Deposit
There's no need to keep checking your account for your check to arrive! Set up a deposit or direct deposit eAlert, and be notified when your BMI FCU account receives your stimulus check.
Login to or register for Online Banking, and visit the left navigation Menu. Select Security, then Account Alerts. Select Click to add eAlerts, and follow the prompts to choose the eAlert you'd like.
Depositing Your Check
Deposit paper checks remotely with Mobile Check Deposit. You can also deposit your check through any of our Drive-Thru ATMS. Visit our Shared Branching Network to find an ATM nearest you.
BMI Federal Credit Union COVID-19 Response
For the latest message from BMI Federal Credit Union on COVID-19, please read our Message from the CEO. For all your banking needs, visit our Remote Banking Resource Center. For information on how to manage your household with reduced income, read our 31 Tips for Managing Decreased Income. To speak to a BMI Federal Credit Union Certified Financial Coach regarding your specific circumstances, schedule a phone appointment or email FinancialCoach@bmifcu.org.
Protect Your Money
Be on the lookout for scams. Learn about standard IRS protocol so you may avoid any scams associated with getting your payment. You can also read our blog on How to Avoid Tax Scams for the Do's and Don'ts of the IRS, and our blog on How to Avoid Email Scams.
For help regarding your BMI Federal Credit Union accounts, call us at 614.707.4000. As we continue to best serve our community during this time, you may experience longer than average wait times due to increased call volume. We appreciate your understanding.