Direct Deposit

If you are registered for Account Access, please Log In to your account, sign up for Direct Deposit, and GO PAPERLESS.

If you DO NOT have Account Access, please carefully read the policy information below and download a copy of our Participant Direct Deposit Enrollment Form by clicking the button below the policy statement. Once completed, please mail or fax the form and any necessary backup documentation to the address or fax number listed at the top of the form. You may email the form and any backup documentation (as PDF attachments) to:  .

Please remember to include a voided check if you elect to use your checking account for direct deposit.

FMSMF Direct Deposit Policy

PLEASE NOTE: Currently available ONLY to U.S. Financial Institutions

Irrespective of the permission granted in the Direct Deposit enrollment form that authorizes the Fund to debit a Participating Musician’s or Beneficiary’s (hereinafter “Participant”) account, in the event of an erroneous deposit into his/her account, it is the policy of the Fund that no such debit(s) shall be taken without prior notification via certified mail to the Participant at the Participant’s address of record with the Fund notwithstanding the Participant’s enrollment in Go Paperless. In addition, the Fund shall provide such Participant the opportunity to provide the Fund with a reason why such debit should not be taken and to request a reconsideration of the debit. The request for a reconsideration must be submitted in writing and accompanied by the reason(s) for such reconsideration, and sent to the Fund via certified mail c/o Executive Director, Film Musicians Secondary Markets Fund, 15910 Ventura Bl., 9th Floor Encino, CA, 91436 and postmarked within two (2) business days from the date of the receipt of the notice from the Fund of the erroneous deposit. The Executive Director shall review Participant’s request and make a final determination on the request for reconsideration. If the Executive Director rejects the Participant’s request for reconsideration, or no request is made within two business days from the date of notice from the Fund of the erroneous deposit, the overpayments shall be deducted from the Participant’s disbursal subsequent to the disbursal in which the overpayment was made. In the unlikely event that it should be necessary to debit the Participant’s account, final notice shall be sent via certified mail to the Participant at the Participant’s address of record with the Fund, not less than two days prior to executing the debit.

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