Reload Your Card

When it comes time to reload money onto your card, you have four convenient options:

  1. The financial institution where you obtained your card

  2. Through direct deposit of your wages

  3. Online

  4. At a Visa ReadyLink merchant

Visit the financial institution where you obtained your card to load money onto your card. While you’re there, be sure to check out their other products and services to meet your financial needs.

Direct Deposit

There are two ways you can set up direct deposit on your Coopera Card:

  1. Online
    Login to your account online. In the Account Activities drop-down menu select Direct Deposit Information. Follow the link to the enrollment form. Print and provide the form that is displayed to your employer, who will then setup the direct deposit. You can also set up direct deposit from a checking or savings account online.

  2. Financial Institution
    Visit the financial institution where you obtained your card to fill out a form that you will give to your employer. With this form, you can automatically deposit all or part of your salary onto your card.

NOTE: The first time you add a checking or savings account as a funding source for your card, the validation process will take 7-10 business days and your funds will be available for use on the card after that period of time. Thereafter, using your checking or savings account to load your card will take approximately three business days for the funds to be loaded onto your card. In lieu of using your checking or savings account to directly fund your card, you can always use a debit card or credit card to load funds onto your card. Those funds are loaded immediately and are available for use immediately. Visa ReadyLink empowers you to load cash onto your card at thousands of locations, including 7-Eleven, Safeway, Vons, Dominick's, Carrs, Genuardi's, Pak ‘n Save, Pavilions, Randalls and Tom Thumb stores. Find a merchant where you can reload your card.

Frequently Asked Questions

Click here to access commonly asked questions about reloading your card at merchants.