DGME Direct Deposit

Direct deposit is a convenient and secure method of receiving your paycheck. For employees of Dollar General, the DGME (Dollar General Market Employee Portal) portal provides a straightforward way to set up and manage direct deposit, ensuring that your earnings are automatically deposited into your bank account.

The Benefits of DGME Direct Deposit

  1. Convenience:
    • Direct deposit eliminates the need to visit a bank to deposit a physical paycheck. Your earnings are automatically deposited into your account on payday, saving you time and hassle.
  2. Speed:
    • Funds are available more quickly through direct deposit. There’s no waiting for checks to clear, which means you can access your money on the morning of payday.
  3. Security:
    • With direct deposit, there is no risk of a paycheck getting lost, stolen, or damaged. Your money is electronically transferred and deposited safely into your bank account.
  4. Environmental Impact:
    • By opting for direct deposit, you’re reducing the need for paper checks, which is a more environmentally friendly choice.
  5. Record Keeping:
    • Direct deposit simplifies financial record-keeping. Employees can easily track their deposits through bank statements, making budgeting and tax preparation easier.

Setting Up DGME Direct Deposit

  1. Access the DGME Portal:
    • To get started, log in to the DGME portal using your employee credentials. If you’re a new user, you may need to register for an account.
  2. Navigate to Payroll Settings:
    • Once logged in, find the payroll or payment settings section. This is typically where you can manage your direct deposit preferences.
  3. Enter Your Bank Information:
    • You will need to provide your bank account details, including the routing number and account number. Make sure to double-check these details to avoid any errors.
  4. Verify Your Account:
    • Some systems require verification of your bank account. This may involve confirming small test deposits to ensure the account is active and the details are correct.
  5. Confirm the Setup:
    • After entering and verifying your information, confirm the setup. You may need to agree to terms and conditions related to electronic payments.
  6. Await Confirmation:
    • Dollar General will typically send a confirmation that your direct deposit is active. The first direct deposit may take one or two pay cycles to begin.

What to Expect After Setting Up Direct Deposit?

  1. Notification of Deposits:
    • You may receive an email or a notification through the DGME portal when your pay has been deposited.
  2. Pay Stubs:
    • Even though you won’t receive a physical check, you will still have access to your pay stubs electronically through the DGME portal, which you can print for your records.
  3. Consistent Pay Schedule:
    • Your funds should be deposited consistently on each payday. However, if payday falls on a holiday or weekend, the deposit may occur on the last business day before the holiday or weekend.
  4. Changing Bank Information:
    • If you switch banks or want to change your account, you can update your information through the DGME portal. Keep in mind that changes may not take effect immediately, so plan accordingly.


DGME direct deposit is a feature that offers Dollar General employees a secure, convenient, and efficient way to receive their earnings. By following the simple setup process, employees can enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing their pay will be in their bank account on time, every time.

With the added benefits of improved security and environmental friendliness, direct deposit is a smart choice for any Dollar General employee looking to streamline their financial management and maximize the benefits of their hard-earned money.

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  1. This process has been awful I am unable to get any help with gaining access to my DGMe portal! Constantly being redirected and dismissed. I can’t set up direct deposit or do my CBLs this is ridiculous! And the HR and Payroll departments are impossible to reach.


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