Welcome to Keesler Federal Credit Union's Switch & Save
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Thank you for choosing Keesler Federal Credit Union

Once you open a Keesler Federal checking account, you're all set to begin using this Online Switch Kit:
  • Switch your other checking accounts, direct deposit, or your automatic payments to Keesler Federal
  • Use a secure email and your account numbers will be stored securely in our system until you complete the switch process
  • Or, choose a PDF letter to print and mail to your financial institution or merchant. There will be no information stored, in this case

If you are not yet a member of Keesler Federal Credit Union, you must open an account before using the eSwitchKit. Click to Open an account online with us.

All Switch accounts will be automatically deleted after 45 days if you are switching one or more accounts via secure web/email, no matter if the process is completed or not.

Please indicate which method you prefer:
I want to switch all accounts via letters to be mailed. A PDF will be created at the end of this process.
I want to switch one or more accounts via secure web/email. (Letters can also be used for institutions whose email address is unknown.)

If you have any questions, please read our frequently asked questions.

Member Information

First Name:
Last Name:
Business/Company Name (optional):
Street Address:
Keesler Federal Credit Union Checking Account Number:

1.) Do you have a previous financial institution(s) at which you would like to close your account(s)?
If yes, how many accounts?

2.) Do you have any Automatic (ACH)/Check Payment(s) to switch to Keesler Federal Credit Union?
If yes, how many?

3.) Do you have any Automatic Debit Card Payments to switch to Keesler Federal Credit Union?
If yes, how many?
Did you receive your new debit card from Keesler Federal Credit Union yet?
New Keesler Federal Credit Union: Debit Card Number: Exp. date:

4.) Do you have any Direct Deposit(s) to switch to Keesler Federal Credit Union?
If yes, how many?