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Direct Deposit

A secure, time-saving way to get your money—every time!

We understand your time is precious, so we’ve made setting up Direct Deposit to your Delta Community accounts a simple and easy process. Direct Deposit is a free service that automatically deposits recurring income into any Delta Community Checking, Savings or Money Market Account you choose. Income you receive from your employer, Social Security, pension and retirement plans, the Armed Forces, VA benefits, annuity and dividend payments may all qualify for Direct Deposit.

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To establish Direct Deposit to your Delta Community account, you’ll need the following information:

  • Delta Community Checking, Savings, Additional Savings, Money Market Account number, depending upon which account you would like your funds deposited. Your account numbers can be located on your statements, in Online Banking or our Mobile App.
  • To deposit into an Additional Savings account, you will use your account number along with a dash (-), plus the two-digit ID number (-30). If the other institution is unable to use dashes, the Direct Deposit will need to be deposited into another type of account and then you may set up a transfer to your Additional Savings Account
  • Delta Community routing number: 261071315
  • If your employer requests a document from Delta Community with your account information, you can log in to your Online Banking account and send a request from Secure Email located under Additional Services. Please include in your request the specific type of account (Savings, Checking, etc) for the Direct Deposit.

Please note, if your intentions are to transfer funds from your Direct Deposit once deposited, withdrawals from Savings, Money Market and Additional Savings Accounts are limited to six withdrawals per month due to Regulation D. You may want to consider establishing your Direct Deposit to your Checking Account to avoid withdrawal count limitations.