COVID-19

We are pleased to share that effective July 1st our Manchester, Concord, Tilton, Derry, Amherst and Candia lobbies have reopened.

Changes have been made to the branch environments to enhance safety.

Here is what you can expect when you visit a branch:

  • Plexiglass partitions have been installed at the Teller Line and Member Service areas.
  • We ask that members practice social distancing and will note that we have added social distancing floor markers as visual reminders.
  • Hand sanitizer are available at every teller station and member service desk.
  • Common areas such as the public rest rooms, coffee stations, self-check-in and internet kiosks will be unavailable.
  • Our team will be cleaning work areas throughout the day and the credit union employs professional cleaners who thoroughly sanitize the credit union each evening.
  • Members are encouraged to wear masks for both our employees’ and their own health and safety.
  • Our employees have been asked to refrain from handshakes but a warm hello is always welcome!
  • And most importantly, if you are not feeling well, please stay home.
  • If you need immediate assistance give us a call or utilize Live Chat on our website and we will do what we can to accommodate your needs.

Special Note:
Our Nashua branch will not reopen right away. This is a small location without the space to allow for physical distancing. Please watch for news regarding Granite State Credit Union’s Nashua plans.

Our Seabrook branch will also not be reopening due to its small size and the inability to practice safe physical distancing in this location. There are three shared branch locations available to GSCU members within 5 miles of this location.
You can find those shared branch locations here. We encourage you to try them out or visit our Candia location.

Please continue to stay safe and watch your emails, or visit our website, for ongoing updates.

As always, you can email me directly at dbarstow@gscu.org.

Denise Barstow
President & CEO

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Receive Your COVID-19 Economic Impact Payment - Faster and Safer! 

The IRS has begun issuing Economic Impact Payments. Please be aware of delivery methods and the latest scams related to the COVID-19 pandemic. 

Check Delivery Options

  • If you have utilized direct deposit to receive your federal tax refunds in the past, your Economic Impact Payment will be automatically deposited to your account that was used in 2018 or 2019. 
  • If you have not utilized direct deposit for your tax refund before, the Treasury will be creating a web portal for individuals to set up direct deposit of this check
  • If you opt to receive a mailed paper check, members can utilize GSCU's Mobile Deposit in order to deposit these funds quickly and securely from home. 
  • If you do not typically file a tax return but receive social security or railroad retirement benefits, you will receive your payment the same way you would normally receive your benefits, either by direct deposit or paper check. 

Avoid Scams

  • The official term is Economic Impact Payment rather than stimulus checks or payments. 
  • Do not sign your economic payment checks over to anyone else. 
  • Do not provide any personal or banking information to others. 
  • The Economic Impact Payments are being released in rolling phases as determined by the government. The IRS will be creating a tool on their website to check the status of your payment.
  • Be wary of any checks you receive followed by a phone call to verify online information in order to cash it.
  • Please wait until the funds show as available in your account, rather than pending, before using the funds. 

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