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Yolo FCU Mobile


Free - On the App Store


Yolo FCU Mobile


Free - On the App Store

Home Loan

Set up one-time or reoccurring ACH payments from another financial institution to pay your Home Loan by completing the ACH Origination Authorization form. To do this, download the form and complete all sections, sign, and return to Yolo Federal. You can do this via Secure Messaging through Online Banking, dropping it off at a branch near you, or mail to P.O. Box 657, Woodland, CA 95776.

From a Yolo FCU Account

With your Yolo Federal Checking Account, you can set up automatic or one-time transfers to any Yolo Federal Loan, including Vehicle, Home, and more. Simply log in through Online Banking or the Mobile App and select Transfer Funds. From here, you will choose your account, enter the payment amount and date, and click Submit.

From an External Account

LoanPay allows you to easily make payments to your Yolo Federal Consumer Loans online from another financial institution. Simply add your payment method (Debit Card or Checking Account) and make your payment.

Access LoanPay

See below for frequently asked questions regarding LoanPay.

  • How do I register for LoanPay?

    Click here to watch the tutorial or follow the instructions below.

    1. At the bottom of the login window, click ‘Register Here’
    2. To begin registration, you will need to provide the Loan Account Number (Example: 12345L17)
    3. Click ‘Send Code’
    4. You will be prompted to complete the mandatory fields (*), create a user name and password and a security question. (Password must contain: at least 8 characters, 1 number, 1 special character, 1 capital letter)
    5. Click ‘Submit’
    6. A valid email address is required for registration. A verification email will be sent to the account holder’s email address provided. Once you receive the confirmation email, click on the confirmation link to activate your account.
    7. Once the account is activated, you will log into your account using your username and password.
  • How do I add a payment method in LoanPay?

    Click here to watch the tutorial or follow the instructions below.

    1. At the top of the LoanPay Dashboard, click “Payment Methods”
    2. Click “+Link Bank/Card”
    3. Choose “Link Checking Account” or “Link Card Payment” Note: You can only set up payments using a checking or debit card.
    4. Fill in the required fields (*) and save.


  • How do I make a payment through LoanPay?

    Click here to watch the tutorial or follow the instructions below.

    1. In the LoanPay Overview Menu, all your active loan accounts will be listed. Click “Create New Payment”
    2. Select your loan
    3. Choose payment amount
    4. Select one time or recurring payment
    5. Choose Payment Date
    6. Choose Payment Form (Bank or Card)
    7. Accept Terms of Service
    8. Click Make Payment

  • Which loans can I pay through LoanPay?

    You can pay all Yolo Federal Loan with the exception of Mortgage Loans. This includes credit card, auto loan, personal loan, HELOC payments, etc.

  • How soon can I register for LoanPay once I open a new loan account? 

    1 Business Day

  • I have a business loan, how do I register for LoanPay?

    Members with a business loan will have to register for LoanPay by contacting a representative. Click here to contact Yolo Federal Credit Union.

  • Have more questions about LoanPay? Contact Us.

    Click here to contact Yolo Federal Credit Union.


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