Wherever you live, work or travel, there’s an ATM or branch nearby for easy access to your Sound account.
29 Puget Sound branches from Everett to Tumwater.
More than 30,000 surcharge-free CO-OP ATMs across the country.
A great mobile app to manage your money on-the-go, or on your couch.
With Card Controls and zero foreign transaction fees you can travel and spend with confidence.
Coast to Coast
Shared Branching account access at over 5,600 partner credit union locations across the country.
Join Sound, and you join us in making a positive impact in our community.
Financial well-being at its best.
Identity Theft Monitoring and Recovery
Fraud-Defender is a fully managed identity theft monitoring and recovery program. If you become an ID theft victim, a personal recovery advocate will work on your behalf until your identity is restored as closely as possible to its pre-theft status, saving you time and stress.
- Gain peace of mind with fully managed care
- Get help from licensed, caring professionals
- Covers all types of identity theft—not just your accounts at Sound
- Offers continuous credit monitoring
- Up to $1 million of expense reimbursement insurance
- Individual and family coverage options available
Keys. Cell phone. Account balance. It’s easy to forget stuff. When it does happen, we can help you make your payments with Overdraft Protection.
Cover transactions on your checking account up to your Courtesy Pay limit.
Learn more about Courtesy Pay
Automatic transfer from savings¹
If an overdraft occurs, funds from your savings account will be transferred to cover the draft for a minimal fee of $5 each day a transfer occurs.
Automatic transfer from personal line of credit
If an overdraft occurs, funds are automatically advanced from your available line of credit in $100 increments and transferred to your checking account. Interest is charged daily on the transferred amount. No transfer fee is charged.
Automatic transfer from your credit card
If an overdraft occurs, funds are automatically advanced from your available line of credit in $100 increments and transferred to your checking account. The transfer is treated as a cash advance and the standard cash advance fee as stated in your Credit Card Agreement would apply.
Why wait for pay day to get paid? Early Pay delivers your direct deposit from an employer or government agency up to one day before your “official” pay day and is free for all Sound members.
How does it work?
Many companies and government agencies send your pay electronically before your “official” payday. Early Pay offers credit of your direct deposit to your Sound Credit Union account up to one day early based upon when we receive your payroll from your employer.
Visa Gift Cards
Give them the perfect gift without having to go to the store to pick it out. Visa gift cards are accepted anywhere you see the Visa logo, and can be purchased online or at your local branch.
- Available in whole dollar increments from $25-$1,000
- Instantly issued for your convenience
- One low fee of $3.95 per card regardless of amount
- Available in whole dollar increments from $25-$500
- Choice of 5 card designs
- Cards can be shipped to the recipient for amounts under $400
- Tiered rate fee (includes shipping & handling):
- $5.95 for $25-$249
- $7.95 for $250-$500
Safe Deposit Boxes
Keep valuables secure inside Sound’s vaults. Sound offers five different sizes of boxes at branches across the Puget Sound.*
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Notary & Signature Guarantee Services
We offer free notary and signature guarantee services to Sound members. Impartial and state-licensed representatives are available at all Sound branch locations.
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Have spare change? Easily deposit it to your Sound account, using our in-branch coin sorters. Members can sort amounts under $200 for free. Amounts over $200 will be charged an 8% fee.
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Deposit Taking ATMs
Deposit checks and cash at a Sound ATM or CO-OP ATM location.
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