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Share Draft (Checking) Accounts

If you want a convenient service that earns you money and costs you less, our Share Draft/Checking is for you! Once you compare your current checking account with these great benefits, you will want to switch to SHPFCU today!

  • No monthly service charges.
  • Your Share Draft/checking account will earn dividends. Rates are subject to change without notice.
  • Debit/ATM Card available (upon application), saving you time and adding convenience.
  • Overdraft protection transfers from your Regular Shares.
  • Overdraft Line of Credit available. Click here for a credit application. Subject to credit qualifications and approval.
  • Minimum balance of only $25.00 to open a Share Draft Checking account.
  • Free online banking, Free electronic bill pay, Free mobile banking, and Free electronic statements.


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Add a Share Draft (Checking) Account

Click here for an Account Card [PDF document] to add a Share Draft/ Checking account at the State Highway Patrol FCU.
This account card is needed to add any service to your account at the State Highway Patrol FCU.

Please send a legible copy of your driver’s license or other state issued picture identification.

Click here for an ATM Debit Card Application [PDF document]. Each member needs to complete their own ATM/Debit Card application.

Click here for the Share Draft Order Form [PDF document]


Reorder Checks

To reorder checks on an existing account, call our offices at (614) 431-0784 or (800) 282-3006, or complete a Share Draft Order Form [PDF document].

You can also order checks online at




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