For your protection and enhanced interface your browser must have 128-bit encryption with JavaScript and Cookies enabled.

128 – Bit Encryption

Encryption is a method of scrambling messages that travel over the internet so that others cannot read them. To ensure a high level of protection 128-bit encryption is required. You can protect yourself online by using an up-to-date browser with the most recent security updates.


JavaScript is implemented as part of a web browser in order to provide enhanced user interface.


A cookie is a small identifier message that is sent from a web server to a web browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Firefox. The cookie message is stored in the web browser’s memory and is sent back to the web server each time the web browser requests a web page.

The main use for cookies is to uniquely identify a user. Websites use cookies for different reasons. For example, you may be asked to complete a form that asks where you live, your age, and your hobbies. This information is then stored in the cookie file so that the information displayed to you on that specific website is personalized to you.

Every time you log in to online banking, Servus Credit Union issues you a unique cookie. This cookie does not collect any information from your computer nor is it saved to your computer hard drive. Servus Credit Union uses the cookie to ensure that you receive financial information that belongs to you. When you log out of online banking and close your web browser the cookie expires.

Enter your branch for account features

Search by address, city/town or postal code.

Please try another search term or view a list of branches.

Branches near you: