Start or Change Direct Deposit

How to set up Direct Deposit


Direct Deposit is the safest way to deposit your net pay, Social Security, pension, or other regular checks into your credit union account.

Setting up Direct Deposit with Langley Federal Credit Union is easy, but your employer may have special requirements — for instance, your employer may use a custom form, may require a signature from the credit union, or may only require a voided check. You should ask your employer first if he or she has particular requirements.

The following example is meant to show you how easy it can be to set up or change Direct Deposit with Langley.

Step 1: Decide where to put the deposits

To deposit directly to your checking account, locate the 12-digit checking account number on the bottom of your Langley checks, and enter that on the form. To deposit into your S1 savings account, just provide your 3-6 digit member number. If your savings account has a decimal (S1.1 or S1.2), simply replace the S and the decimal point with a zero.

Examples for Member Number 999999
To deposit into... Use...
Your checking account ... the 12-digit number on the bottom of your checks
Your S1 savings account ... your member number (e.g. 999999)
Your S1.1 savings account ... replace S and . with 0 (e.g. 9999990101)
Your S1.2 savings account ... replace S and . with 0 (e.g. 9999990102)

Step 2: Complete some simple paperwork

For recipients of a government payroll

If you receive paper checks for Social Security, VA Compensation, Military Active Duty or Retired service, visit godirect.org for instructions.

For all other company payrolls

Talk to your payroll office. If your payroll office doesn't have a form or requires a form signed by Langley, complete the Langley Direct Deposit form (119k PDF file). Sign the form and deliver it to your payroll office. If you would like us to verify your account information before you submit it to your payroll office, please contact Support Services. Your payroll office can tell you when the Direct Deposit will take effect.