February 27, 2024

Pay a Member Enhancements:

  • Request money from other members
  • Block users from sending you requests
  • Better management of your contacts


April 1, 2023

Purdue Federal banking system has gone through an upgrade to deliver better experience and services for the future. This may affect how your accounts are structured in digital banking. See more info.


March 7, 2023

A required update to all users:

  • If you have Automatic Updates enabled, no action is required. Your app will update automatically.
  • If you don’t have Automatic Updates enabled, you will see a pop-up prompting you to update the next time you log into your account in the app.
  • ⚠️ If you have not updated your app in a while, please check the footer of your app login screen to ensure that you aren’t using an outdated version of the app. If the year at the bottom of your screen is before 2023, you will need to delete the app from your device and download the newest version from your device’s app store. This will unenroll you from biometrics (fingerprint or face ID), so you will need to know your username and password to log into the new app for the first time. Once logged in, you will be able to reenroll in biometrics.


October 12, 2022

New security enhancements and improved TouchID/Face ID enrollment process.


February 17, 2022

Refer a Friend program enables members to earn $50 when they refer their friends to become Purdue Federal members.


December 15, 2021

Update to Pay a Bill and Pay a Person: Select a funding account to be used as the default account across all billers.


July 28, 2021

Business Banking is launched to allow business members more functionality to run their business financials in digital banking.


May 25, 2021

Updated Pay a Bill and new Pay a Person features are here. Learn more here.


April 13, 2021

Accessing your FICO® Score through digital banking is now available. Learn more here.


January 14, 2021

New Features for Pay a Member 

Using Pay a Member just got a little more convenient! Starting today, you can send money more ways and make quick changes right in digital banking. 

You can now: 

  • Send payments to email addresses or Pay a Member IDs
  • Re-enroll via digital banking
  • Change your Pay a Member ID three times a year


September 17, 2020

Card Services are now on the menu!

In digital banking, that is. We’ve conveniently grouped all of the debit or credit card related services together in one spot. You’ll now find the following features under “Card Services” in the menu:

  • Card Activation - NEW!
  • Cash Rewards
  • Lost and Stolen Cards
  • Report Card Fraud
  • Travel Notifications

This includes Card Activation, our new feature that allows you to quickly and easily activate a card online. You just need the last 4 digits of the card you want to activate!

Easily view account and routing numbers for direct deposits and electronic transfers.

Need information for direct deposit of payroll with your employer, electronic transfers to other financial institutions, or for other electronic payments such as bills, taxes, and payment apps?

Just click “Account & Routing Numbers” under “Accounts” in digital banking or at the top of the “Accounts” module on the home page of digital banking.

View your mobile deposit history on your desktop.

Want info about a mobile deposit you made? You can now see your mobile deposit history when you log in on a desktop. Just go to “Mobile Deposit History” under “Accounts.”

Check out Payoff a Loan in digital banking.

Have a personal or auto loan with Purdue Federal? Payoff a Loan in digital banking can be found under “Payments.” It allows you to see when you can pay off your loan and easily complete your loan payoff.



August 24, 2020

Pay a Member

Introducing our new member-to-member payment system! It allows Purdue Federal Credit Union members to instantly transfer money to each other. (Think PopMoney, but created by us, for you!)

How do I enroll?
  • Step 1: Select “Pay a Member” under “Payments” in digital banking.
  • Step 2: Create a Pay a Member ID. This can't be the same as your digital banking username, for security reasons. This is what others will type in to send you money.
  • Step 3: Choose which of your Purdue Federal checking accounts your money will be drawn from and deposited into whenever you use Pay a Member. These are defaults, but you can change them anytime!
  • Step 4: Enroll! Once you’ve enrolled, you can send money to other Purdue Federal members who are already enrolled. Simply input their Pay a Member ID and the amount you’d like to send.

Do both members have to be enrolled in Pay a Member to transfer funds?

Yes, currently both members must be enrolled to be able to send  money through Pay a Member. 

What information do I need to send another member money?

You only need the Pay a Member ID of the member receiving funds from you, not their digital banking username. Members should avoid giving out their digital banking username to help ensure their account stays secure.  

What are the benefits of using Pay a Member?

Pay a Member is more convenient for Purdue Federal members, thanks to:
  • Immediate transfers
  • No fees
  • No additional apps