The company said on Wednesday that it is launching a pilot program that will allow customers to receive credit union benefits in their credit union accounts and will offer more ways to pay bills.
The service will be available starting in September, but will only be available for those who have already paid in full for their credit unions.
The credit union credit card is an easy way for consumers to manage their finances, and the new service will allow them to make payments in their own credit union account, as well as for other credit unions where they are enrolled.
Customers can also request an extra payment of $10 or $20 per month, which can be added to any account.
The program will only work in the United States.
The move comes after Delta announced last year that it was moving toward making its credit union debit cards more appealing to consumers.
It also comes after the company revealed that it would offer a service called the Delta Pay, which would allow consumers to make online payments with their Delta debit cards.
The company also said that it had begun working with banks and other payment providers to add additional ways for consumers who want to pay their bills in their accounts to pay in their personal credit unions instead.