A convenient and secure ​way for depositing money.

Access your money faster no
matter where you are.

A convenient and secure way for depositing money.

Access your money faster no matter where you are.

Features & Benefits

Save time and effort

Reduce
​Environmental Impact

Reduce Risk of Fraud

CRA Direct Deposits

Have funds like your Income Tax Refund, Canada Workers Benefit, and more, deposited directly into your SASCU account.

About Direct Deposit: Printing a Void Cheque

Direct Deposit is a way for money to be deposited directly into your account. For example, rather than visit an ATM or bank to deposit a cheque or cash from an employer, you can set up Direct Deposit to have the funds put automatically into your account. 

To set up a Direct Deposit take a void cheque to the sender (i.e. an employer.)

To find a printable, void cheque in online banking, simply login, select the account, and click the box marked 'Printable Void Cheque' to download and print.

About Direct Deposit: Printing a Void Cheque

Direct Deposit is a way for money to be deposited directly into your account. For example, rather than visit an ATM or bank to deposit a cheque or cash from an employer, you can set up Direct Deposit to have the funds put automatically into your account. 

To set up a Direct Deposit take a void cheque to the sender (i.e. an employer.)

To find a printable, void cheque in online banking, simply login, select the account, and click the box marked 'Printable Void Cheque' to download and print.

How to Read a Cheque

When setting up a Direct Deposit for a SASCU account, you'll need to provide the sender with the following information:

  • Transit number or branch identification number (this number will depend on your primary branch):

    • Sorrento - 15730

    • Sicamous - 15720

    • Salmon Arm Uptown - 15740

    • Salmon Arm Downtown - 15710

  • Institution number (this number will be the same across all SASCU members): 809

  • 9-Digit Account number (this is a two-digit, Demand Account designation code followed by your seven-digit account number): i.e to transfer funds into John Smith's Chequing account he would present his 9-digit account code as "103456789". 

How to Read a Cheque

When setting up a Direct Deposit for a SASCU account, you'll need to provide the sender with the following information:

  • Transit number or branch identification number (this number will depend on your primary branch):

    • Sorrento - 15730

    • Sicamous - 15720

    • Salmon Arm Uptown - 15740

    • Salmon Arm Downtown - 15710

  • Institution number (this number will be the same across all SASCU members): 809

  • 9-Digit Account number (this is a two-digit, Demand Account designation code, followed by your seven-digit account number): i.e to transfer funds into John Smith's Chequing account he would present his 9-digit account code as "103456789". 

Get started today

Become a SASCU member and experience a secure, convenient, and simply great alternative to carrying cash.

Get started today

Become a SASCU member and experience a secure, convenient, and simply great alternative to carrying cash.