Set Up My Auto Payment

There's more ways than one to make a payment on your auto loan
  • Transfer funds online
  • Mail a check
  • Pay us a quick visit

Get from point A to B, and send a payment in-between

Your vehicle is an extension of your home. So, for the sake of good housekeeping, learn all the ways to make a payment on your auto loan. 

WE MAKE IT EASY TO PAY DOWN YOUR DEBT

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

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

Move Money From Another Financial Institution

  • Log into Online Banking.
  • 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.
  • Click “Transfer Money,” enter the amount you would like to withdraw from your external institution, and click “Submit”.
  • 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

  • Log into Online Banking.
  • 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.
  • Enter an amount from your Savings and/or Checking account to fund your new certificate.