Frequently Asked QuestionsWhat is a credit union?
A credit union is a not-for-profit, cooperative financial institution formed to permit membership to save, borrow, and obtain financial services. Credit unions are owned by their members cooperatively.
Our membership eligibility includes all people living, working or attend school in Rock, Walworth, Green, Jefferson, and Dane Counties of Wisconsin.
The completion of a simple application and a $5 deposit into a share account is all it takes. This may be done at any one of our branches.
So your personal information remains secure, all change of address requests must be made in person at a BHCCU branch or online by logging into Online Banking. In person, you will need to bring proper identification. To save time, you may also want to first print and fill out our Address Change Form.
First, provide BHCCU’s Routing Number – 275978048
Then, provide your Account Number:
For deposits to SAVINGS – Use your member number.
For deposits to CHECKING – Look at the bottom of your check for the BHCCU Routing Number and the Check Number (the same number in the top right corner of the check). Your Account Number will be all the remaining numbers, either eight or 13 digits.
To set up Direct Deposit for Unemployment Benefits, forms are available from the Wisconsin Department of Workforce Development
Under certain circumstances, a temporary “hold” may be placed on a deposited check. Your deposit receipt would indicate if a “hold” was required on a check.
You may sign up for FREE Online Banking where you can inquire on all checks that have cleared as well as utilize many other transaction capabilities. If you are not signed up for Online Banking, visit one of our branches or sign up by clicking on the Online Banking tab.
You can order checks online or you can call 877-585-8777 to order through our check provider. If you have a legacy checking account, please contact us by phone to ensure you are not charged for the check order.
You can find these two digit suffixes on your statements and they are also located on all receipts you have from completed transactions. The suffix will be in front of the ‘name’ of the account type.
The PIN number is mailed separately for your protection. You will receive it within a couple of days of receiving the card.
Immediately call 800-890-5097 to report the loss. Further assistance with issuing a new account number and credit card can be obtained by calling 608-755-6065, ext. 1125.
For support issues, please call 866-805-4496.
Please call 800-779-5555 to have it reset for you.
For Internet Explorer: Go to Tools > Internet Options. Select the Security tab on Internet Options. Choose Custom Level. In the dialog box, scroll to Scripting and select Enable. Click OK to close Security Settings, then click OK to close Internet Options.
Our Online Banking and Bill Pay sections of our site are secure. If our latest security certificate has not been downloaded to your PC, you will receive this message. Please click “Yes” to install the secure certificate.