Veridian is now giving members like you the perk of accessing your direct deposit funds up to two days before your scheduled payday! Plus, you’ll see an early release, up to two days, for any other electronic deposits, such as social security payments or tax refunds. These benefits are free and automatic with your direct deposit account. Enjoy the convenience of getting your money sooner. That’s the value of Veridian.
Financial institutions are frequently notified of upcoming electronic deposits before they receive the money. Instead of waiting for the money to arrive, Veridian gives members their money up to two days sooner by advancing payroll as soon as we're notified they will be arriving.
No, your payday doesn’t change. Veridian simply advances your payroll funds, so you’ll be able to access them up to two days before your scheduled payday. This is a perk provided by Veridian for our members. It’s not a service your employer provides.
Veridian will try when possible to advance payroll direct deposits (up to two days), but the availability of funds before the original pay date is not guaranteed. You shouldn’t rely on receiving money early to pay scheduled bills, loan payments, or any other date-sensitive financial obligations.
Yes. While you’ll now have the benefit of getting access to your funds early, you’ll want to ensure you have money in your account for any upcoming loan payments or bill payments.
No, early release of funds is automatically applied to any payroll deposit for Veridian members.
This is a free service Veridian provides to members.
This may occur and Veridian will release the funds as soon as possible. It could take up to two days.
No, Veridian will only issue the electronic deposit of payroll funds, up to two days early. This cannot be done with paper checks.