COVID-19 (Coronavirus) Updates for RBFCU Members
RBFCU continues to monitor developments and the extent of business closures enacted by various governments. We will make announcements as conditions warrant. We are making our best efforts to mitigate risks to our employees and members while keeping our services available as an essential business. Members should check this page regularly for updates.
- Dec. 31, 2020 — RBFCU reopens Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan application inquiry process with Newtek®
- Dec. 30, 2020 — Stimulus Checks: What You Need to Know About the Government-Issued COVID Relief Checks
- June 22, 2020 — Face Covering Requirements at RBFCU Facilities
If you are an RBFCU member facing financial difficulties due to COVID-19, we have several ways we may be able to help. Please contact an RBFCU Member Service Specialist at 210-945-3300 to discuss available options:
- Penalty-free Certificate withdrawal: Eligible members will be able to withdraw, without penalty, an amount equal to two months net pay.
- Extensions on Mortgage Loans: Please contact us so that we may identify options that might be available for your unique situation.
- GreenPath Financial Wellness: GreenPath can partner with you to ease financial stress, manage debt, save for the future, make informed financial decisions, and achieve your financial goals.
- Commercial Loans: RBFCU has reopened the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP) loan application inquiry process for a limited time. If your small business is still in need of assistance, please fill out a request form through Newtek®, a trusted third-party partner that will expedite the process. Learn more »
Stay connected to your RBFCU accounts
We encourage all members to access their accounts via Online Banking and the RBFCU Mobile app whenever possible. If you’re new to Online Banking, use your computer or device to visit rbfcu.org, click “First-Time User,” and follow the prompts to set up your account.
Deposit checks, pay bills, transfer funds and more from the safety of your home with your Online Banking account.
RBFCU Mobile app
How to make a Mobile Deposit using the RBFCU Mobile app
1. Get started
Sign in to the RBFCU Mobile app, and tap "Mobile Deposit" at the bottom of the screen.
Endorse your check by signing your name on the back, then add “For mobile deposit only,” your account number and the date.
3. Select account
Using the drop-down menu at the top of the screen, select the account where you’d like to deposit the check.
Tap the “Front” and “Back” camera icons to take photos of the front and back of the check using your mobile device’s camera, and follow the prompts.
Once you’ve taken photos of the check, make sure that the deposit amount shown in the app matches the amount written on your paper check.
Click “Submit” to complete your deposit. Typically, you should see the funds in your account right away.
We’re open to serve you
Talk to us
If you need help with your accounts, you can contact us by phone at 210-945-3300, or sign in to your Online Banking account to reach us via secure message or online chat during business hours. For more details, including hours of operation, visit rbfcu.org/contact-us.
We strongly encourage our members to utilize RBFCU services that do not require visiting a location. However, we understand there are some services that require lobby access. If you do require lobby access for your transaction, appointments will receive first priority. Click here to schedule an appointment. If you don’t see your appointment type listed, sign in to your Online Banking account to chat with a Member Service Representative or call 210-945-3300. When visiting an RBFCU location for your scheduled appointment, you are required to wear a face covering, use precautions as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and follow the directions of RBFCU employees. If you are COVID-19 positive, please do not visit a branch location; instead, contact us through chat or by phone for options.
Drive-thru services allowed
Lobby services by appointment
ATM services allowed
We’re asking all members to be on alert for any suspicious emails, phone calls and text messages that may offer deals on medical supplies or health-related items, or fraudulent donation sites that may impersonate our company, charities, or government agencies. This is often called phishing.
These criminals want you to divulge sensitive information, such as usernames and passwords, to make purchases or donations on spoof websites, or to download malware onto your device by opening a malicious attachment.
RBFCU is encouraging our members to practice financial distancing, which means you should not respond to anyone claiming to be a representative of RBFCU, or other financial concern, unless you initiated the contact and are receiving a return call or email. RBFCU never calls or sends emails and other messages to its members asking for sign-in information, including passwords and one-time passcodes.
If you receive a suspicious phone call, email or text message, hang up, do not respond to the message, do not click on any links, and do not open any attachments — just delete the message. If you feel your account, username or password has been compromised, please contact RBFCU at 210-945-3300. You can also report scams to the Federal Trade Commission at 1-877-FTC-HELP (1-877-382-4357), 1-877-ID-THEFT (1-877-438-4338), or online at www.ftc.gov.
Helpful perspectives and guidance
RBFCU’s goal is to be more than just your financial institution. If you need financial guidance during these volatile times, our resource articles can help you make informed decisions.
Keep your kids learning with ‘It’s a Money Thing’
With schools and businesses in our communities closed, many RBFCU members are teaching their children at home while balancing other duties, including working from home.
For older children and teens, RBFCU is proud to offer “It’s a Money Thing,” an awesome series of financial education articles designed to help kids learn about money. Each article includes a video and downloadable worksheet to help reinforce the lesson.
RBFCU remains a trusted financial partner
Many people are justifiably concerned about the financial system as the COVID-19 response has slowed economic activity. We want to reassure our members that RBFCU is a financially strong institution.
Learn more about how your accounts are protected, and about RBFCU’s strong financial position.