Set Up My Auto Payment

Transfer Funds Online. Come see us. Or send us a check.

With an auto loan you can make a payment once a month, bi-weekly or more often.

Here's an easy how-to on all the ways to make your auto loan payment:

  • Sign up for online banking and download the Andrews Federal mobile app.
  • Stop by one of our branches.
  • Mail a check with “Auto Loan” written in the Memo line, to:
    Andrews Federal Credit Union
    ATTN: Payment Systems
    P.O. Box 3000
    Clinton, MD 20735-6001
  • If you don’t live near an Andrews Federal branch, visit a Shared Branch to make a payment on your auto loan.

 

Use Online Banking to Transfer Funds To Your Loan

  1. Log into Online Banking.
  2. Click the “Transfer” tab and select “New”.
  3. In the “Transfer funds from” section, select your Share Savings or Checking account.
  4. In the “Transfer funds to” section, select your auto loan.
  5. in the “Transfer amount” section, enter how much you would like to pay towards your auto loan.
  6. Select the Frequency, and Transfer Date. Then click “Submit”.

 

Move Money From Another Financial Institution

  1. Log into Online Banking.
  2. Click the External Account Transfers tab and “Add a New External Account” if you have not previously entered the account and routing number from your external institution.
  3. Click “Transfer Money,” enter the amount you would like to withdraw from your external institution, and click “Submit”.
  4. Once these funds have been received in your account, you can use them to pay your auto loan.

 

Transfer Funds From an Existing Andrews Federal Savings or Checking Account

  1. Log into Online Banking.
  2. Click the “Options and Extras” tab, and then click on the "Open an Additional Account" button to add the certificate of your choice to your account.
  3. Enter an amount from your Savings and/or Checking account to fund your new certificate.

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