OneAZ Online Banking.

Online & Mobile Banking

Online Banking with OneAZ

Bank on the go with simple, secure digital banking!

  • Live chat with a digital banker
  • View eStatements
  • Check balances
  • Schedule one-time and recurring bill payments
  • Pay your OneAZ loans
  • Transfer money between accounts
  • Set up account alerts

Logging in for the first time?

Learn how to set up online and mobile banking.

Banking in your pocket.

Many transactions can be done on the myOneAZcu mobile banking app, including mobile check deposit.

Download it for free in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store.1

  • Check Balances
  • Transfer Money
  • Pay Bills
  • Deposit Checks

myOneAZcu mobile app with FaceID login

Manage all your monthly bills.

Learn how to set up online bill payments in Online Banking.

You can select the type of statements that you would like to receive when you login to Online Banking. Once you’re in, select Statements in the navigation bar. Next, select Settings.

Select Resume to enroll in the type of statement you would prefer to receive. Select Discontinue to unenroll in a type of statement that you’re currently receiving. Once you have made your selections, select Submit.

You may not be able to log in to Online Banking for the following reasons:


If you have forgotten your password or have attempted the incorrect password several times, you will need to reset your password.

Passwords must meet the criteria required by the Credit Union. All passwords are case sensitive. Industry best practices and information security standards recommend frequent password changes and we encourage our members to consider these security practices.


If you are unable to access Online Banking, it may indicate a problem accessing secured websites. Both your browser and Internet service provider must support secured sites. Use your browser settings section to verify your security settings. An upgrade to your browser, such as Microsoft® Internet Explorer or Firefox, may be necessary.

Firewalls/Proxy Servers

If you are using one of the recommended browsers and are still experiencing a problem, the problem may lie with your own Internet service provider (ISP). This is particularly common with employer-based access to the Internet. Your employer may have firewalls, proxy servers or other equipment that may prevent access to secured sites. Contact your company's Data Processing Department or Information Technology Department regarding the problem or try to access Online Banking from another location. If you are running a personal firewall at home, you may want to temporarily disable it to determine if it is blocking access to Online Banking.


If you receive the following message after logging in successfully, all further processing and/or access to any portion of Online Banking during this session will be blocked: "Internet Account Access Session Error."

Return to the login screen to start a new session. This error indicates that you did not accept one or more cookies. To enter the secured encrypted site, you must accept the cookies. Since there are several cookies within Online Banking, it is suggested that you disable the cookie alert within your browser while viewing account information. An upgrade to your browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Firefox, may be necessary.


If you are prompted with a dialog box that asks you to re-enter your password (after initially entering your account number and OneAZ Credit Union Online password), your browser may not support JavaScript, or JavaScript may not be enabled. Use the browser settings section to verify your JavaScript settings. An upgrade to your browser, such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Firefox, may be necessary.

To grant account access another person, login to Online Banking. Once you’re in, select Additional Services, then select Share Access with Others.

Complete the required information, then select Submit. The person you provided access to will receive an email with credentials and instructions. This person will not be able to view statements or complete external transfers. They will be able to make bill payments to existing payees and complete internal transfers between OneAZ accounts.

Online Banking can be accessed in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Safari 9, Internet Explorer IE 11, and Microsoft Edge.

Transfer money.

Learn how to transfer money between OneAZ accounts.

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Our team of experts is standing by to help you achieve your financial goals.

To open a new account, apply for a loan or get answers to your questions, contact our eTeam or make an appointment at your local OneAZ branch today.




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