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How to Set Up
How It Works
Get access to your paycheck up to two days earlier with early direct deposit.67
With two extra days of funds, you can do even more with your money. Payday has never been better!
Set up direct deposit today to start getting paid up to two days early.
Complete our direct deposit form with your information and desired deposit amount.
Submit the form to your employer’s payroll department.
Enjoy your early payday!
Quick access to funds
Save more, faster
Pay bills and make loan payments earlier
Most employers process payroll a few days before payday, and most banks wait until payday to give you access to your funds. At First Service, we give you access to your funds up to two days early so you don’t have to wait to pay off expenses, struggle at the end of a pay period, or say “no” to an outing with friends. With early access to your funds, you can make waiting for your paycheck a thing of the past.
 Early Payday: Subject to employer and/or payer terms and conditions. First Service will generally post payroll direct deposits on the day they are received, which may be up to two days earlier than the scheduled posting date. Other exceptions may apply.
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