Online Services

Whether you’re at home, at work, or on the go, when you bank with Lincoln Park Community Credit Union, your finances are always within hands reach. Perform convenience and secure transactions such as bill payments, transferring funds, and person-to-person payments at any time from your computer or mobile device.

What can you do online?

  • Check balances and transfer funds
  • Access e-Statement and track account history
  • Grant access to accounts to others
  • Access Visa eZCard Credit Card information
  • Enroll in e-Bill and make payments
  • Manage Scorecard rewards points
  • Check credit score and set monitoring alerts with Credit Sense
  • Enroll in mobile banking

Sign into your Netbranch account to get started.

Want to bank with your tablet or smartphone?  We also have mobile banking!

Credit Sense

Credit Sense is a free feature available to members in Netbranch online banking. It gives you access to your credit score, monitoring alerts if there are inquiries on your credit and money saving offers from LPCCU tailored just to you. It provides ways to improve your credit score as well as educational articles to help you protect and/or improve your financial health.

Learn More about Credit Sense by watching our video about how it works!

Access your VISA® Credit Card Information by signing in to NetBranch and clicking on VISA CC/Score Card.


What is Phishing?

Legitimate web sites will never send you an e-mail asking you to logon to “update a profile” or ask for any personal information via e-mail.

Never Give Out Your PIN or Passwords

Phishing (fish´ing) (n.) The act of sending an e-mail to a user falsely claiming to be an established legitimate enterprise in an attempt to scam the user into surrendering private information that will be used for identity theft.

The e-mail directs the user to visit a Web site where they are asked to update personal information, such as passwords and credit card, social security, and bank account numbers, that the legitimate organization already has.

The Web site, however, is bogus and set up only to steal the user’s information.

The e-mail may even state something like: Your account will expire if you don’t logon and update your profile.

How can you protect yourself?

The best way to protect yourself against “Phishing” is by knowledge. Phishing only works when there are people willing to enter personal information on the bogus site. If you receive an e-mail asking you to enter a username or credit card information, chances are it’s an attempt to obtain your personal information.

Legitimate web sites will never send you an e-mail asking you to logon to “update a profile” or ask for any personal information via e-mail.