Frequently Asked Questions

Loans

Answers to Common Questions About SFFCU Loans

All members meeting the criteria listed below are eligible to apply for a loan. Applying for a loan does not guarantee approval of a loan application; loan approvals are dependent on a number of factors including credit history and underwriting guidelines.
  • All borrowers must be full service Credit Union members with an open and funded Share Savings Account (minimum funding of $5 for individual accounts and $10 for joint accounts)
  • Borrowers and co-borrowers must be 18 years of age or older at the time of application
  • Primary borrowers must have a share account under the primary borrower’s name and SSN
  • Co-borrowers must be named as either owner or joint owner on an S1 share account (note:  joint owners who do not meet the field of membership requirements are ineligible for loans)
Membership in State Farm Federal Credit Union, including current employment status, does not guarantee approval of your loan application. Upon receipt of your application, we will first verify your eligibility for membership. We will then obtain and evaluate your credit report(s), verify the information supplied on your application, assess your standing with State Farm Federal Credit Union, and evaluate your debt-to-income and loan-to-value ratios (when applicable). If your application meets underwriting guidelines for the type of credit requested, we will contact you with a loan approval. If your application does not meet underwriting guidelines for the type of credit requested, we will contact you and provide information related to the basis for the decision.
  • Access our online banking system or SFFCU mobile app, select the Applications widget, and follow the instructions to apply online.  Use this method to submit all information electronically, upload required documents, and check the status of loan applications at any time.

  • Call our Member Services Center at 1-888-521-5209 between the hours of 7am – 7pm CST, Monday – Friday, and complete an application over the phone with a Credit Union Specialist.
The specific information required when applying for a loan varies based on the type of loan requested. Examples of what may be required are provided below.
  • Borrower/co-borrower information (name, Social Security Number, date of birth, email, contact phone, address)
  • Employment and income information
  • Collateral information (when applicable)
  • Requested loan amount & term
  • Type of loan
  • Method to receive funds
  • Repayment options
Examples of documentation required when applying for a loan are provided below. Specific requirements will vary based on individual circumstances and the type of loan requested.
  • Proof of income (must be current and valid)
  • Sales agreement for all vehicles purchased through a dealership
  • Auto/Truck Worksheet for private party purchases, some dealer purchases, refinancing from another financial institution, and applying for a loan using an auto or truck for collateral.  If financing another vehicle type complete the Boat/Motorcycle/RV/Other Vehicle Worksheet.
  • Payoff Information Form – required for refinancing from another financial institution and private party purchases if the seller has a loan on the vehicle you are purchasing
  • Copy of the vehicle title for private party sales (upon approval if no lien exists)
  • Copy of the lease buyout agreement, along with the total amount required to finance including applicable taxes, is required for members wishing to buy out their current vehicle lease
  • In cases of debt consolidation, a list of accounts you wish to consolidate and current balances
Yes, we obtain and review a credit report from a major credit reporting bureau for payment history and account information.
Loan decisions are provided as quickly as possible. Decision times vary based on loan request volume, loan type, collateral type and complexity.  Click to see our current loan application processing timeframe.
  • Log in to online banking, selection the Applications widget and enter the application system. Select the specific application desired to see the current status.
  • Call our Member Services Center at 1-888-521-5209, between the hours of 7am – 7pm CST,  Monday – Friday.
We offer several convenient ways to make loan payments.
  • State Farm payroll deduction
  • Schedule recurring online transfers to have payments withdrawn from another financial institution or from an SFFCU share savings account
  • Automatic payment through ACH from another financial institution
  • Loan coupon book
 
For vehicle loans:
  • Funds can be sent directly to the dealership via overnight check or wire transfer. Funds are wired the same day if processed prior to 2pm (CST).
  • For private party purchases, funds will be payable to the seller either by overnight check or wire transfer.
  • For refinance transactions funds will be sent to the lienholder.
For personal loans or line of credit:
  • Funds can be deposited into the member’s share account and then transfer funds to an external account, using online or mobile banking.
  • Funds sent by overnight check or wire transfer to member.
  • For debt consolidation loans it may be required that checks are made payable to creditors and sent overnight to member.
For regular mail, please make checks payable to State Farm Federal Credit Union. Include your name, account and loan number in the memo line.  Mail payments to:

State Farm Federal Credit Union
PO Box 853944
Richardson, TX 75085-3944



For overnight mail/payoffs, please make checks payable to State Farm Federal Credit Union. Include your name, account and loan number in the memo line.  Overnight payments to:

State Farm FCU
1415 State Street Suite 1000
Richardson, TX 75082

While you may not open new accounts if you no longer are in SFFCU’s field of membership, you are still financially responsible for the terms outlined in your loan agreement(s). We offer several ways for individuals no longer in our field of membership to make payments.

  • Log in to your SFFCU account to set up recurring scheduled loan payments through online banking or through the mobile app. If making payments from an external account, you’ll need to set this up as a transfer account first, either from your computer or mobile app.

  • Call Member Services Center at 1-888-521-5209 between the hours of 7am – 7pm CST , Monday – Friday, and complete ACH enrollment over the phone with a Credit Union Specialist.

  • Transfer funds from your Share Savings Account.

  • Set up loan payments from another financial institution using their online banking system. Below is the SFFCU information you will need:

  • Bank Name: State Farm Federal Credit Union
    Routing Number: 271176200
    Member Number & sub-account suffix: Use your 7-digit member number followed by your sub account suffix (e.g., S1, S2.3, L51.1, etc). If alpha characters are not permitted, substitute the number “5” for the letter “S” or the number “7” for the letter “L”.


  • Mail check payments using a coupon book (a coupon book will be automatically mailed to you if you do not set up ACH payments).

After your loan(s) have been paid in full, your Share Savings Account(s) will remain open unless you contact us to request closure.
We offer vehicle loans to our members for a variety of needs.
  • Loan preapprovals
  • Purchases from dealerships
  • Purchases from private sellers
  • Refinances from other financial institutions
  • Lease Buyouts
  • Loans using a free & clear auto or truck title as collateral.  (This excludes RVs, boats and other watercraft, motorcycles, other on- and off-road vehicles.)
  • New and used private passenger autos
  • Trucks
  • RVs (examples: motorhomes, travel trailers, campers)
  • Boats (32 feet or less in length; any watercraft requiring Coast Guard documentation & Ship Mortgage is ineligible)
  • Motorcycles
  • Personal watercraft
  • Snowmobiles
  • Trailers – for personal use only (examples: motorcycles, boats, horse/utility/cargo trailers)
  • ATVs & UTVs: Certain vehicle collateral restrictions may apply
Maximum loan amounts are based on the Loan to Value (LTV)%. LTV% is loan amount requested divided by the vehicle’s value. The percentage used in the final approval amount factors in the collateral type, loan type, and an evaluation of the applicant(s) credit.
The following are common examples of vehicles the credit union does not finance. This is not a comprehensive list, and other exclusions may apply. Please contact us if you have questions regarding a specific vehicle.
  • Salvage, rebuilt, reconstructed, and gray market vehicles
  • Custom built vehicles
  • Vehicles with a branded title or issues determined during underwriting (e.g., lemon, flood damage, etc.)
  • Vehicles designed or used expressly for commercial purposes
  • Vehicle assembled partly or wholly composed of parts from a non-traditional automobile manufacturer
  • Farming vehicles, tractors, lawn mowers
  • Any watercraft that requires Coast Guard documentation and Ship Mortgage
  • Commercial watercraft
Contact the Credit Union prior to making your purchase to determine if you may qualify for a higher pre-approval amount.
Loans using free & clear auto or truck titles as collateral are limited to automobiles and trucks only. This excludes RVs, boats and other watercraft, motorcycles, other on- and off-road vehicles.
  • Worksheets can be found in the Quick Links section of our online banking system.
  • Call our Member Services Center at 1-888-521-5209 between the hours of 7am – 7pm CST , Monday – Friday, and complete a worksheet over the phone with a Credit Union Specialist
Either the primary borrower or co-borrower must be listed on the title. Non-borrowers may be added after signing a security agreement.
If you plan to finance your new vehicle with SFFCU, we will pay off the loan for the vehicle you are trading and send the remaining balance to the dealer. We will release the lien of the traded vehicle and send separately in most cases to the dealer.
Not at this time. If you are refinancing an existing loan and purchased GAP through the dealer be sure to check with your provider for a refund on your premium upon payoff. GAP does not transfer to your new loan.

State Farm Federal Credit Union
PO Box 853944
Richardson, TX 75085-3944

Either the primary borrower or co-borrower must be listed on the title. No individuals may be listed on the title unless they have signed the security agreement. If we receive a title that includes additional names we will require non-borrowers to sign a security agreement. Trusts cannot be listed on titles.
Any individual having an ownership interest in the vehicle must sign our Security Agreement acknowledging the vehicle will be used to secure the loan.
No. A Co-signer cannot have ownership interest in the vehicle securing the loan.
No. At least one individual must be listed on the title.
Your state’s titling authority will send paper and electronic titles directly to SFFCU once we are added as the lienholder. For title holding states, the actual title isn’t sent. In these situations, either documentation stating SFFCU is listed as lienholder is provided, or you may be asked to provide a copy of the title showing SFFCU as the lienholder.
Please refer to our Title and Insurance Requirements page and follow the instructions as outlined.
We will adjust the interest rate to the default rate until we have verification SFFCU has been added as lienholder. Once this is verified, we will revert the rate back to the original vehicle loan rate.
Each state is different, please contact your state titling office for instructions. Please complete this as soon as possible, as the timeframe varies by state.
We require members to handle the titling process in order to provide the benefits of reduced loan rates and no loan fees.
Typically, dealers are required to record SFFCU as lienholder on the vehicle being purchased. For private party purchases it is the responsibility of the member (or buyer) to contact their state titling agency for more information on all documents and fees necessary to title their vehicle.
We process all titles within 2 business days of being paid in full. If your loan is paid in full with a personal check, it will be released after 10 business days. If your title is electronic, it may take longer as it is your state’s responsibility to release your title after receiving notification from SFFCU. The timing for receiving titles varies by state.
If you plan to finance your new vehicle with SFFCU, we will pay off the loan for the vehicle you are trading and send the remaining balance to the dealer. We will release the lien of the traded vehicle and send separately in most cases to the dealer. If you do not plan to finance your new vehicle will SFFCU, we will pay off the loan for the vehicle you are trading. We will then release the lien of the traded vehicle and send separately in most cases to the dealer.
Specialty type vehicles (i.e., ATVs, UTVs, snowmobiles, jet skis, certain boats, boat trailers & boat motors, etc.) that do not issue titles will require a Uniform Commercial Code (UCC) filing to secure our interest as lienholder. Please visit your state’s department of motor vehicles or titling agency for instructions specific to your state.
Generally SFFCU considers only applications for consumer loans and does not make business loans as defined by National Credit Union Association (NCUA) rules and regulations, part 723, which references a threshold of $50,000. As such we will consider a maximum threshold of $49,999 on loans for business purposes.
  • All SFFCU share accounts must be held in corporate names and require tax IDs.
  • All borrowers must be a member of the SFFCU.
  • The individual co-borrower must also have an individual account open under their own Social Security number (SSN).
  • All officers of the corporation must meet the eligibility requirements for membership in the SFFCU.
  • A copy of the Articles of Incorporation listing all officers is required at the time of opening the share account in the corporation name.
  • A natural person co-borrower is required on the loan. Sales agreements must include the natural person borrower; it cannot be listed solely in the business name. If a title is received in the business name only it will need to be corrected.
  • The title or lien must be in the name of the corporation, LLC, or partnership, along with the individual person.
  • All loans in the name of a corporation or business entity account are automatically considered to be for business purposes.
  • All individual or joint loans with a stated purpose of business expense of the natural person co-borrowers are combined with loans in the name of a corporation/business entity to determine the $49,999 aggregate threshold.
  • If the vehicle is to be titled in the name of the business, it is automatically considered for business purpose.
  • A credit report is generated on the individual borrower. We do not generate reports for a corporation, LLC, or partnership.
  • Loan documents, including the loan application, must include:
    • A signature of a corporate, LLC, or partnership representative listed as an Authorized Person in Section 2 of the Corporate/Business Entity/Organization Membership Statement form.
    • The signature of the individual as a co-borrower.
  • Loans made to a sole proprietorship or to a sole proprietor in their name are considered to be loans made to an individual.
Closed end personal loans, open end lines of credit and loans secured by Share Savings account(s). Personal Loans – Allows borrowers a fixed repayment term and payment loan;  borrower receives the full loan proceeds at the time of loan funding.  Minimum loan $1000.  Maximum is $50,000. Personal Lines of Credit (LOC) – Allows borrowers to request advances up to an approved credit limit.  Limited to one LOC per member.  Minimum Loan is $1000. Maximum is $50,000. Share Secured Loans – Allows borrowers to use up to 100% of the balance in their Share account as collateral.  Borrowers must have ownership interest in the account and can secure up to two share accounts.  Share account continues to earn interest as the funds are pledged against the loan.  Minimum loan amount is $500.
  • Log in to online banking and select the Line of Credit Advance Form in the Quick Links section. Advances are processed in the order received between the hours of 7am – 7pm CST , Monday – Friday.
  • From your SFFCU mobile app, access the Message Center. Tap Compose and select the subject “Line of Credit Advance Request.”  Answer the eight questions and submit your request.
  • Call our Member Services Center at 1-888-521-5209 between the hours of 7am – 7pm CST , Monday – Friday, and request an advance over the phone with a Credit Union Specialist
Payment is recalculated after each advance (minimum $500) based on a 60 month repayment term on the new line of credit outstanding balance.
When an employee leaves State Farm® as a retiree, they retain access to the same SFFCU membership benefits they had as an employee. That includes the ability to apply for loans.

If you are currently making loan payments by payroll deduction, loan coupons will be sent to you. You may not receive the coupons by the date the next loan payment is due, however, you remain responsible for making payments by the due date. Payments are due by the last day of each month.

SFFCU recommends retirees set up recurring loan payments through online banking or through their mobile app. If you do not have an online banking account, it’s easy to register.

Additional Loan Payment Options include:

  • Call Member Services Center at 1-888-521-5209 between the hours of 7am – 7pm CST , Monday – Friday, and complete ACH enrollment over the phone with a Credit Union Specialist.

  • Transfer funds from your Share Savings Account through online banking.

  • Set up loan payments from another financial institution using their online banking system. Below is the SFFCU information you will need:

  • Bank Name: State Farm Federal Credit Union
    Routing Number: 271176200
    Member Number & sub-account suffix: Use your 7-digit member number followed by your sub account suffix (e.g., S1, S2.3, L51.1, etc). If alpha characters are not permitted, substitute the number “5” for the letter “S” or the number “7” for the letter “L”.


  • Mail check payments using a coupon book (a coupon book will be automatically mailed to you if you do not set up ACH payments).

Savings

Answers to Common Questions About SFFCU Share Savings Accounts

Like other financial institutions, the Credit Union accepts deposits and makes loans, but we are NOT in business to make a profit. When you put your money in a bank, you’re a customer. But when you put your money in a Credit Union, you become a member and own a partial “share” in the organization. Credit Unions are owned and operated by their members, who elect the volunteer Board of Directors that run the organization. In comparison, most banks are owned by groups of stockholders whose primary interest is to earn a return on their investment.
To preserve your membership in the Credit Union, $5.00 ($10.00 for joint ownership accounts) must be maintained in your Share Account. The $5.00/$10.00 is not a fee and remains yours; it simply provides the eligibility as a member owner to take advantage of our great savings and loan rates.
Member accounts are insured by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA), up to $250,000. Learn more about NCUA insurance.
We offer several ways to access your money:
  • Online Transfer: move money online between your Credit Union accounts and accounts at other financial institutions using the Transfer widget in online banking. Transfers can be initiated by members to send and receive money through Credit Union account(s). All requests initiated by 2 pm CT are posted the next business day. NOTE: It may take up to three (3) business days for a financial institution receiving a transfer to post it to a member’s account.
  • Check: you can request a check to be mailed to your address on file. Members also may go to the Member Care Station at Corporate Headquarters and request a check in person. Call ahead request for check “pick up” is not available. Additionally, the Member Care Station is not able to process cash withdrawals.
  • Wire Transfer: wire transfers can be used to send or receive funds electronically the same or next business day (wire transfer requests received after 2:00 p.m. CT are processed the next business day). Refer to our Rate & Fee Schedule for wire transfer fees.
Secondary Share Accounts (also known as “sub-accounts” or S2 accounts) are a great way to organize savings to meet your financial goals. Multiple sub-accounts can be opened to identify, organize, and budget for any number of reasons! Members can nickname secondary accounts (ex: vacation fund, wedding savings, fun money, etc.) and create recurring transfers to make saving automatic!
No, we do not offer Credit Cards or Debit Cards. We offer Personal Line of Credit loans which offer the flexibility of requesting money as you need it. Note: All borrowers for SFFCU loans must be an SFFCU member and qualify according to current Credit Union guidelines.
SFFCU Share Savings accounts earn dividends each month. A dividend is the rate of interest paid for keeping your money in a State Farm Federal Credit Union share savings account. It is calculated as a percentage of your total balance. Annual Percentage Yield (APY) is what you would earn over the course of the year for keeping your funds (deposits + dividends) in your State Farm Federal Credit Union Share account. This percentage differs from the dividend rate because it takes compounding dividends into account. This means that in one month you will earn a dividend on your balance, and the next month you will earn a dividend on the original balance plus the dividend earned in prior months. Essentially, you will be earning dividends on your dividends. This is what creates APY.
APY is calculated as a percentage based on allowing dividends in your share savings account to compound throughout the year. However, on some accounts, the APY may be different than what is stated in our posted rates. This is because returns must be rounded to the nearest penny, which may create an APY calculation that is higher than the posted APY. However, rest assured that two identical share savings accounts earn the same dividend rate even though the APY may appear to be different.
Great Rates: the dividend rates on our Share Savings accounts are many times above the national average. Your deposits earn more money with State Farm Federal Credit Union!

Convenience: because we’re a State Farm benefit, you can automatically contribute to savings accounts and make SFFCU loan payments using payroll deduction from your State Farm paycheck. Watch your savings grow and never miss a loan payment.

Security: your deposits are insured by the National Credit Union Association (NCUA). Additionally, you can rest assured that your State Farm Federal Credit Union is focused on maintaining and growing your savings through our conservative management approach.

Personalized Service: not only are we a benefit for State Farm employees, agents, retirees, and qualifying family members, we’re State Farm employees too! We understand your needs, and work to ensure we’re providing the best possible service.

Online & Mobile Banking

Answers to Common Questions About SFFCU Online & Mobile Banking

Internet Explorer (IE) is being phased out by Microsoft and may cause technical issues for SFFCU members trying to use this browser with our online banking platform.

We recommend using one of the following browsers when logging into online banking: Google Chrome, Microsoft Edge, Safari or Firefox.
Scams are constantly evolving. Scammers spoof both websites and phone numbers. If you receive an unsolicited call where the caller asks for personal information, you should disconnect. If you receive an unsolicited email about your account, do not click any links within the message. If these instances occur, we recommend calling SFFCU directly at 888-521-5209.

Additional tips:

  • Add a password to your account. Make it unique. In order to verify your identity, when you call or visit an SFFCU location, an employee will ask you to provide this password.

  • Never share your online credentials or passwords with anyone. Providing this information is a first class ticket to your account.

  • Contact the credit union at 888-521-5209 if you suspect you’ve been a victim of a scam or you believe fraudulent activity has occurred on your account.
Online transfers are great for setting up recurring payments and transfers that happen every month for the same amount.

For example, if you make a loan payment every month (even to another bank or credit union), scheduled transfers can make that happen automatically from your credit union account. This takes the hassle out of remembering to make payments and helps ensure you don’t forget or fall behind.
Yes. The minimum external transfer amount is $1.00.

Maximum limits include:

  • Daily: $50,000
  • Weekly: $100,000
  • Monthly: $100,000
Please log in to our online banking system and select the Classic tab in the Transfers widget. After selecting your desired accounts, this will display options for scheduling one-time or recurring transfers.
Yes. Please send written notification to the Credit Union, so these items will be accepted. Notices should be emailed to the CU-ACH@statefarm.com.
No, we do not charge any fees for transfers. However, we encourage you to check with your other institution to determine if they charge a fee for sending or receiving funds.
Transfers between external institutions and your Credit Union accounts are conducted in the Transfers widget in our online banking and mobile app platforms. External accounts must first be added to your list of transfer accounts, and must be verified before they can be used to send and receive funds. Go to the Classic tab in our Transfers widget to set up an external account.
The Credit Union will return the transaction and charge an insufficient funds fee. See our website for our current Rate & Fee Schedule..
To verify your external account, you need to confirm two small test transactions. Follow the steps in the Transfers widget in our online and mobile banking platform.
External transfers created before 2:00 p.m. CT will be posted the next business day. For example, a request created before 2:00 p.m. CT on Friday, will be posted on the following Monday.
No, we do not change any fees for conducting transfers to and from your accounts at other financial institutions. However, we encourage you to check with your other financial institution(s) to determine if they charge a fee for sending or receiving funds.

Membership

Answers to Common Questions About SFFCU Membership

State Farm agents’ staff who do not meet the definition of immediate family member are not within the Credit Union field of membership and do not qualify for membership.
Membership in the State Farm Federal Credit Union is open to all U.S. State Farm employees, agents, retirees, and certain members of their immediate family. Children would need to meet the definition of an immediate family member to be eligible for membership.
No, we do not offer checking accounts. With our online banking system and mobile app, you can transfer funds to and from your share savings accounts to other financial institutions.
No, we do not offer Credit Cards or Debit Cards. We offer Personal Line of Credit loans, which offer the flexibility of requesting money as you need it.

All borrowers must be SFFCU members and qualify according to current Credit Union guidelines.
Yes, for information on trust accounts, visit our Trust Share Account page, email our New Account team or call us at 888-521-5209.

Email links are for general inquiries only. They are not secure email. For your protection, please do not include confidential or sensitive information such as social security numbers, account numbers, etc. when using this email link.
The easiest way to join the Credit Union is to Apply Online or call the Credit Union at 888-521-5209.
When a member terminates their employment relationship with State Farm for a reason other than retirement, they become a Limited Services member of State Farm Federal Credit Union.

Limited Services Members may:

  • Continue to use their primary Share Savings account, including making deposits and withdrawals

  • Maintain their existing loans until they are paid in full (but may not request additional advances on lines of credit)

  • Access account statements online using E-statements

  • Access account information through our online banking system and mobile app.

  • Attend and vote at the State Farm Federal Credit Union annual meeting
Limited Services members may not open additional share or loan accounts. This includes processing any submitted or pre-approved loan applications not yet funded at the time an individual becomes a Limited Services Member.
While you may not open new accounts if you no longer are in SFFCU’s field of membership, you are still financially responsible for the terms outlined in your loan agreement(s). We offer several ways for individuals no longer in our field of membership to make payments.

  • Log in to your SFFCU account to set up recurring scheduled loan payments through online banking or through the mobile app. If making payments from an external account, you’ll need to set this up as a transfer account first, either from your computer or mobile app.

  • Call Member Services Center at 1-888-521-5209 between the hours of 7am – 7pm CST , Monday – Friday, and complete ACH enrollment over the phone with a Credit Union Specialist.

  • Transfer funds from your Share Savings Account.

  • Set up loan payments from another financial institution using their online banking system. Below is the SFFCU information you will need:

  • Bank Name: State Farm Federal Credit Union
    Routing Number: 271176200
    Member Number & sub-account suffix: Use your 7-digit member number followed by your sub account suffix (e.g., S1, S2.3, L51.1, etc). If alpha characters are not permitted, substitute the number “5” for the letter “S” or the number “7” for the letter “L”.


  • Mail check payments using a coupon book (a coupon book will be automatically mailed to you if you do not set up ACH payments).

After your loan(s) have been paid in full, your Share Savings Account(s) will remain open unless you contact us to request closure.
When an employee leaves State Farm® as a retiree, they retain access to the same SFFCU membership benefits they had as an employee. Here are a few tips to keep your membership in good status:

  • So we can continue to keep in touch, please keep SFFCU informed of email, address or phone number changes after you retire.

  • To prevent your account from becoming inactive, contact SFFCU or perform a transaction at least once per year.
When an employee leaves State Farm® as a retiree, they retain access to the same SFFCU membership benefits they had as an employee. That includes the ability to apply for loans.

If you are currently making loan payments by payroll deduction, loan coupons will be sent to you. You may not receive the coupons by the date the next loan payment is due, however, you remain responsible for making payments by the due date. Payments are due by the last day of each month.

SFFCU recommends retirees set up recurring loan payments through online banking or through their mobile app. If you do not have an online banking account, it’s easy to register.

Additional Loan Payment Options include:

  • Call Member Services Center at 1-888-521-5209 between the hours of 7am – 7pm CST , Monday – Friday, and complete ACH enrollment over the phone with a Credit Union Specialist.

  • Transfer funds from your Share Savings Account through online banking.

  • Set up loan payments from another financial institution using their online banking system. Below is the SFFCU information you will need:

  • Bank Name: State Farm Federal Credit Union
    Routing Number: 271176200
    Member Number & sub-account suffix: Use your 7-digit member number followed by your sub account suffix (e.g., S1, S2.3, L51.1, etc). If alpha characters are not permitted, substitute the number “5” for the letter “S” or the number “7” for the letter “L”.


  • Mail check payments using a coupon book (a coupon book will be automatically mailed to you if you do not set up ACH payments).