Voice Banking from Deere Employees Credit Union makes it easy to access financial information and process transactions from your compatible device.

Welcome to Voice Banking

Speaking of convenience, now you can process transactions and manage Credit Union accounts through any Google Home or Amazon Alexa-enabled devices.  Using the Deere Employees Credit Union Skill, you can do things like:

  • Transfer funds from one mapped account to another
  • Request an account balance
  • Cancel lost or stolen credit or debit cards

Follow these instructions to set up DECU Voice Banking on your devices.

NOTE: You must be enrolled in Digital Banking to use Voice Banking. If you are not yet enrolled, set up your access by selecting “First time User” in the Digital Banking log-in located in the upper right corner of the credit union web site.  Or, please contact the credit union for assistance.

Things You Can Say

Here are some things you can ask either of the Voice Banking skills about your DECU accounts, but be sure to first say, “Alexa, ask Deere Employees Credit Union . . .” or “Hey Google, ask Deere Employees Credit Union . . .

“How much money do I have in savings?”

“How much is my next car payment?”

“What’s my account summary?”

“What’s my checking account balance?”

“When do I have to pay my auto bill?”

PLEASE NOTE: Deere Employees Credit Union Mortgage and Visa card information is not yet available via voice banking.

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