For the health and safety of our members and team members, we have proactively taken preventative measures to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19 in our offices and branch locations. By modifying our operations, we can minimize crowds and create an environment that can better accommodate social distancing.
Drive-up & ATM access
We are currently providing drive-up and ATM only services at most of our branch locations. We believe this is the best way for us to continue to provide you services while taking maximum precautions.
The following branches will offer ATM access only:
- Twin Towers
If you need assistance, please call 888.493.4328
or find a nearby branch location
Temporary branch closures
We ask that members in Duluth use the drive-up and ATM at our Satellite Blvd. location during this time as our Sugarloaf branch and ATM is not accessible.
If you have special needs that require entry into your branch, like access to your safe deposit box, please call your branch to make a special appointment.
As a precaution, we have canceled all events scheduled this March and April including Shred Days, Home Buying Seminars and VITA (Volunteer Income Tax Assistance).
Use the Georgia United Mobile App and Online Banking to easily access your accounts and manage your finances anytime, anywhere. Easily check balances, deposit a check, make a loan payment, transfer funds and so much more. Enroll in Online Banking and download the Georgia United Mobile App in your App Store or on Google Play.
Keep in mind that you can also make deposits, check balances and withdraw cash at most Georgia United ATM locations.
If you need assistance, we're available to assist you. Please contact us at 888.493.4328.
Please be aware that fraudsters often try and take advantage of people during times of uncertainty. Georgia United will never solicit you for personal information through phone, email or text. If you believe you are being targeted by a scam, please contact us immediately at 888.493.4328.
The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) warns individuals to remain vigilant for scams related to COVID-19 and has recommended several precautions on their website.