All of our branches will be CLOSED Monday, January 18th in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. We will reopen during normal business hours on Tuesday, January 19th. As always, you will be able to access your accounts via Online, Mobile or Telephone Banking and at any of our nearly 85,000 fee-free ATMs.
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Please note: Our Bill Pay Service has been restored for iOS mobile app users with version 14.03. Please update our Greater Alliance FCU iOS app in the app store. If you have any questions, please call 201-599-5500. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Members Urged to Bank Remotely For Coronavirus Planning

Members Urged to Bank Remotely For Coronavirus Planning

As the situation regarding the Coronavirus changes rapidly, we want you to know that the health and well being of our members, our employees and our community is our greatest concern. While we continue to monitor the situation, we plan to remain open for necessary walk-in or drive-through transactions.

Because we are taking all the necessary steps to protect our members and our team, we will be asking – guests who exhibit flu-like symptoms, such as cough or fever, to leave our facility and use our remote services.

We strongly encourage all members, for the safety of you and others, to bank remotely using any one of our convenient online or remote services for:

ENROLL TODAY for Online Banking or download our Mobile Apps

     

We also encourage you to use one of our 85,000 Fee FREE ATMs. Or, bank by phone, for more information regarding our remote services please contact us at 201-599-5500 during regular business hours or email us at info@greateralliance.org

In addition to taking these precautions, our safety practices include:

  • Having gloves available at all branches
  • Providing hand sanitizer for members and staff
  • Having ample hand soap in the washrooms
  • Increasing facility cleaning, including frequent wipe down of doorknobs, tables, etc.

We will continue to monitor the situation and will make changes accordingly based on Centers for Disease Control (CDC) recommendations. We have contingency plans in place that are designed to prevent any service disruptions. Our primary goal is to continue to serve you! Please connect with us on social media, visit our website and watch your emails for further updates.