Am I eligible for membership?
Click here to see if you are eligible for Aventa Credit Union membership.
What is your routing number?
How do I change my address?
To change your address, contact us at 719.482.7600 or 800.555.6665.
How can I place a stop payment on a check I have written that has been lost or stolen?
To place a stop-payment, contact us at 719.482.7600 or 800.555.6665.
How do I set-up a wire transfer?
Easily wire funds for deposit in your Aventa Credit Union account. Wires may arrive 24 to 48 business hours after the wire transfer is initiated. Please see the Cost Recovery Schedule for wire fee.
Please contact us at 719.482.7600 or 800.555.6665 for a wire form.
Recipient/Payee Financial Institution:
Corporate Central Credit Union
6262 South Lowell Place
Muskego, WI 53150
ABA Routing/Transit Number: 275082866
For Further Credit to:
Aventa Credit Union
2735 Dublin Blvd.
Colorado Springs, CO 80918
ABA Routing/Transit Number: 307074690
International Incoming Wire
Members requesting incoming international wire transfers must instruct their financial institution abroad to first send the funds to their corresponding U.S. financial institution or stateside bank. That U.S. financial institution will then forward the funds to the information listed above.
Please note: Aventa Credit Union does not have a Swift Code and therefore cannot accept international wires directly from abroad.
To report a lost or stolen debit card call 800.528.2273.
To report a lost or stolen credit card call 800.442.4757.
How do I set-up Direct Deposit?
To set up direct deposit, simply give your employer the routing number for the credit union, along with your 13 digit account number. The routing number is: 307074690. The 13 digit account number can be found on the bottom of your checks or is on your monthly statement. If you have any questions about the process, we'll be happy to help you. Just stop by a branch or call 719.482.7600 or 800.555.6665.
To reorder checks from Checks 4 Less, click here. If you are ordering checks for the first time, you will need to come in to your nearest Aventa branch to place your order.
Why did you put my check on hold?
A check is placed on hold for a variety of reasons and can vary by circumstance. If you have questions as to why your check has put on hold, please call us at 800.555.6665.
What is Courtesy Pay?
Courtesy Pay is a service we offer to cover your overdrafts for checks or Automated Clearing House (ACH) transactions when your account balance is not sufficient to do so. Instead of returning the transaction to the merchant for non-sufficient funds (NSF), we pay it and overdraw your account.
You are eligible for Courtesy Pay if your account has been open for at least 90 days and you have either direct deposit or an incoming ACH.
Courtesy Pay covers life's unexpected emergencies and saves you from merchant NSF fees, interruption of services and the embarrassment and inconvenience associated with returned or declined items.
Is there a fee for Courtesy Pay?
There is no cost for Courtesy Pay unless you use it. There is a fee each time an item is paid through Courtesy Pay (see Cost Recovery Schedule).
What is the difference between a Courtesy Pay fee and a Nonsufficient Funds Fee (NSF)?
A Courtesy Pay fee is charged when the account goes into the negative and the Courtesy Pay option is used. A nonsufficient funds (NSF) fee is charged when your account is overdrawn and the item is returned. This will happen if you have not opted into Courtesy Pay. See the Cost Recovery Schedule for details.
What is Opt-In?
Opt-In covers overdrafts from Automated Teller Machine (ATM) withdrawals and debit card transactions. To receive Opt-In coverage you must complete the Opt-In Overdraft Consent Form.
Where are Aventa’s Branches located?
Aventa has branches in Colorado Springs, Pueblo and the San Luis Valley. Click here for locations
Do you offer notary service?
Yes, notary service is available to Aventa members at most branch locations.
Which branches have a coin machine?
Our Dublin and Cascade Branches have a coin machine. Please see the Cost Recovery Schedule for details.
Which branches have safe boxes?
The Dublin and Cascade Branches have safe boxes.
Which branches are Shared Branch locations?
The Dublin, Cascade, Pueblo and Crestone Branches are Shared Branch locations.
What is Shared Branching?
Aventa is a part of the CO-OP Shared Branch Network®. With shared branching, credit unions from all over the country share facilities to give members thousands of convenient locations to perform transactions just as if they were in their home credit union. With shared branching you can make deposits, withdrawals, transfers, loans payments and more. Aventa’s Dublin, Cascade, Pueblo and Crestone branches are locations offering Shared Branching.
Online & Mobile Banking
What browsers are recommended for CUe-Branch (home banking)
Recommended browsers (current and prior major release):
- Microsoft Internet Explorer (IE)
The following types of browsers and tools are not recommended for use with online banking:
- Beta versions
- Embedded browsers within Personal or Commercial Financial Management Software,
- Browser Add-Ins and Toolbars (IE 7 Pro, Google, Yahoo, etc.)
If you are not using a recommended browser, or are using an embedded browser or browser add-in, you may experience functionality issues with online banking. If this occurs, please download one of the browsers listed below or remove the add-in and try again.
Click one of the links below to download one of the recommended browsers.
How do I log in to Online Banking to access my accounts?
- Visit the Aventa home page.
- Enter your User ID and Password
- Click the Login button
In Online Banking, I don’t see my deposit I know posted to my account on the last day of the month?
Make sure the date range you need is properly selected. You made need to set-up your date range for a 60 day period.