Alaska USA online Banking
Does Alaska USA conduct business in languages other than English?
Alaska USA only conducts business in English at this time. We make every effort to ensure members are aware of this policy by offering all written materials such as applications, disclosures, and brochures in English only.
Are my Alaska USA accounts insured?
Share accounts such as checking, savings, money markets, and certificates, are federally insured to at least $250, 000 by the NCUA, an agency of the U.S. government. This includes accounts for individuals, businesses, organizations, associations, and public units.
Are you affiliated with any other financial institution outside Alaska?
No. Alaska USA is an independent, member-owned, not-for-profit financial cooperative with branches in Alaska, Washington, and California Credit union members live in all 50 states and in many countries around the world.
Does Alaska USA maintain a list of foreclosed properties for sale?
Alaska USA does not maintain a public list of foreclosed properties for sale. Alaska USA generally has very few pieces of real estate for sale at any given time, and established credit union policy is to list properties available for sale with a real estate agent. Consequently, the credit union seldom sells property directly.
For more information about Repossessed Real Estate, please contact the OREO department at (907) 786-2709.
How can I become a member?
You can become a member of Alaska USA Federal Credit Union if you are affiliated with a company, organization, or community that have requested that Alaska USA serve their employees or members.
You may also qualify by being related to someone who is qualified to join. Most people who live or work in Alaska, Washington, and California's San Bernardino county, and Arizona's Maricopa County can qualify for membership.
What is the account number I need to use for receiving electronic transfers or payments?
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