Access the eCUcardInfo Service

As a member of Summit Ridge Credit Union, you can own one “share” of the organization. The credit union comebacks its income to cardholders of the participating credit card issuers. eCUcard permits you to access your account information online.

Access the eCUcardInfo Service Instructions
It is effortless and quick to sign in the eCUcard via the internet. Experiencing the convenient service you need,

  • Enter your username and password on the homepage. By clicking the “Submit” button below the password box, you can sign in to access your account.
  • If you do not have a username, come in your credit card number directly and click the “Submit” to register.

eCUcardinfo cardholders can love sensational online services like electronic statement presentment, online payment options and cardholder authentication and much more. To use the Service you will need an Internet-ready computer tooled with Microsoft® Internet Explorer (version 6.0 or higher for both Windows® and Macintosh® operating systems), or Mozilla® Firefox® (version 3.0 or higher for both Windows and Macintosh operating systems). Your browser must also support 128-bit encryption and be JavaScript™ enabled.

You will be able to access your account only if you have signed up for the service. To make sure the fortunate sign-in process, you have to provide accurate, finish and current information.

The service provided by the site is only available to cardholders that have signed up with the eCUcardinfo service. If you have any problems accessing the eCUcardinfo, please call the customer service number which is in the back of your card.

Visit www.matrixcardinfo.com to access your account.

About Credit Union
Summit Ridge Credit Union is a non-profit financial cooperative wielded and operated by its members. It is formerly known as District 4 Highway Credit Union and formed to serve all employees and retirees of District 4 Missouri Department of Transportation, Missouri State Highway Patrol Troop “A” and instant family members. In 2011, it switched its name to Summit Ridge Credit Union. Today, the Credit Union can refund a greater percentage of its income to members, and usually in the form of higher rates on deposits and lower interest rates on loans.

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