Coronavirus Updates

Beware of Coronavirus Scams – Stimulus Payments

The federal government is preparing a $2 trillion stimulus package to help Americans through the Coronavirus pandemic.  It includes several benefits, such as stimulus payments for all Americans.

Whenever there is a stimulus package, there are scammers ready to exploit it.  They’re sending emails supposedly from the government asking for their personal or banking information, so that they can send their stimulus payment now.  They’re false because it will take at least several weeks for the government to send them out.

If you get this type of email, do not respond to it or click any of its links or attachments.  Delete it, and report the scam to the Federal Trade Commission at

Be a WEPCO Hero! 

Governors Larry Hogan and Jim Justice have told residents to stay home and travel only for essential needs.  You have the power to do your transactions from the comfort of your home.  You’ll save lives by preventing the Coronavirus from spreading.

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To add these services, please call 800-292-8139.

  • WEPCO Mastercard Debit:  Make your purchases online through our debit card with the added security of EMV chips
  • PAL Plus:  Check your balances and transfer funds between your accounts online
  • WEPCO Mobile App:  Check balances and transfer funds through your smartphone
  • Bill Payer:  Pay your bills online or through your phone
  • Money Manager:  Manage your finances with us and other financial accounts online
  • Mobile Check Deposits:  Deposit your checks through the Remote Deposit Capture service of our Mobile App

We’re doing more for you!  To continue providing the best essential service to you, we are expanding the hours at our drive-up in Keyser:

Keyser Drive-up Hours*

Effective Monday, March 30

Monday – Thursday
8:30 AM – 5:30 PM

8:30 AM – 6:00 PM

8:30 AM – 12:00 PM

*Times are subject to change without notice

We’re here for you as an essential service of the community.  We have several ways you can do your transactions quickly and easily:

  • Night Depository:  Deposit cash or checks any time at your convenience
  • ATMs:  Withdraw cash any time with your debit card
  • PAL Plus:  Transfer funds, check balances, and pay your bills online through your PC
  • WEPCO Mobile App:  Transfer funds, check balances, pay your bills, and deposit your checks through your smartphone

If you would like any of our electronic services, please call 800-292-8139.

We’re here for you!  We're expanding the hours at our Oakland Drive-up location to continue servicing you at your convenience:

Oakland Drive-up Hours

Effective Monday, March 23

Monday – Thursday
8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

8:30 AM – 6:00 PM

9:00 AM – 12:00 PM

IMPORTANT NOTICE:  Based on the ongoing events of the coronavirus pandemic, we have a moral duty to protect our members and employees, and we must take actions that ensure the safety of both while still providing member service.

Effective immediately, we are closing the lobbies to all our locations.  All drive-ups and ATMs will stay open, and all loans will be made by appointment only.  We regret this inconvenience, and we thank you for staying with us during this time.

WEPCO Federal Credit Union is committed to providing you exemplary member service and protecting you and our employees from the coronavirus pandemic.  It is vital that you have access to your money, while we follow the guidelines for the safety of the communities in which we serve.

At this time, please refer to our Locations & Hours page for our current business hours and services.

To protect both you and employees, we have taken these preventative measures at our locations:

  1. Daily cleaning and disinfecting of all our offices
  2. Washing hands frequently
  3. Encouraging the use of our online banking, mobile app, and mobile check deposits
  4. Checking for updates and following guidances daily from federal, state, and local officials

Your funds with us remain federally insured by NCUA.  They are safe, regardless of what happens in the stock market.

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has also warned about coronavirus scams.  Be on the lookout for any of these scams:  phishing emails supposedly from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) or medical experts, online offers of a vaccine or miracle cure, or fraudulent charities.  For more information, visit the FTC’s website in the links below.

CDC’s Coronavirus Page

World Health Organization’s Coronavirus Page

Coronavirus Scams:

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