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MANAGE AND PAY YOUR LOANS

Easy ways to pay your AMOCO loan.


Use Online Access:
  • Move money from your AMOCO savings or checking to pay your loan(s).
  • Set-up recurring payments from your AMOCO savings or checking to pay your loan(s) automatically.
  • Set up text or email alerts to remind you of upcoming due dates.
  • Get started with Online Access now

Use our Mobile App:
  • Move money from your AMOCO savings or checking to pay your loan(s).
  • Make a mobile loan payment. Simply write a personal check from another bank or credit union, snap a photo, and submit your loan payment.
  • Learn more about our Mobile App

Use Loan Payment Center:
  • Move money from another financial institution to pay your AMOCO loans directly from your bank account. All you need is your bank routing number and account number. 
  • You can also make payments up to $500.00 using a credit card or debit card. Please note, we are unable process loan payments with a VISA Credit Card.
  • Access the Loan Payment Center now.

Pay by Phone:
  • Transfer funds from your AMOCO savings or checking to pay your loan(s) with C.U.A.R.T.

Pay by Mail:
  • Send your loan payments to: AMOCO Federal Credit Union, PO BOX 889, Texas City, TX 77592-0889.
  • Send this optional loan coupon with your payment.

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