UHCU’s new Get Paid Early campaign pays members up to two days early

AUSTIN, TX (September 12, 2019) — United Heritage Credit Union is proud to announce the launch of their new Get Paid Early campaign. When members set up direct deposit with their employer, the member can receive their funds up to two days earlier than their normal payday, with no hidden fees. “Get Paid Early is another innovation UHCU is excited to offer our members,” said Michael Ver Schuur, Executive Vice President. “Our members value maximum financial freedom, and Get Paid Early is a key example of United Heritage’s value to our members.” According to Michael Ver Schuur, Get Paid Early works like this:

1. The member’s employer submits their payroll to the Fed to start the Direct Deposit process.
2. As soon as it’s available, UHCU retrieves the Direct Deposit from the Fed.
3. UHCU deposits the payroll in the member’s account.

“We’re always looking for ways to improve our members’ experience,” said Michael Ver Schuur. “It all comes down to what we can do for our members. We know they value ease of use and control, and we’re constantly innovating and looking for ways to bring our members maximum value.”

United Heritage members have comprehensive access to a broad spectrum of member services, from online services and financial education to loan pre-qualifications and account protection services, at

About United Heritage Credit Union

Founded in 2003, the United Heritage Charity Foundation was developed as a 501(c)(3) to improve the lives of others in its local communities. The Charity Foundation’s goals are to support organizations in initiatives that make Central and East Texas a better place to live, work, and attend school. The United Heritage Charity Foundation’s areas of focus include family support services, healthcare, military & veteran assistance, and education. For more information visit, The United Heritage Charity Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the United Heritage Credit Union and has distributed over $2 million since its inception.


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