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Mobile Banking

Your phone or tablet is always with you - make sure your account is too by downloading the MFCU Mobile App!

Touch ID
Mobile Check Deposit
Check Balances
Pay Bills
Transfer Money
Locate surcharge free ATMs

Download MFCU Mobile App in Apple App Store    Download the MFCU Mobile App through Google Play

Supported Devices
Installation and User Guide
Mobile Banking FAQs

Text Banking

Send text messages to BANKME (226563) to receive information on your account and even make transfers.This free service will allow you to receive balances, transfer funds and make MFCU loan payments all through text messaging. 

Follow the easy steps below to receive your account information everywhere you go:

  1. Log into Online Banking with your username and password
  2. Under the Settings tab on the top navigation bar, click on Text Enrollment
  3. Under the Text Enrollment section, click on the yes/no button so "yes" appears 
  4. In the SMS Text Number box, type in your mobile phone number
  5. Check the Agree to Terms Box
  6. To complete the sign up, click the red Save button in the bottom right hand corner
  7. You will receive a welcome message confirming your text banking set

Text Banking Commands
Text commands to BANKME (226563).

BAL <account nickname> to request account balance or BAL for all balances
HIST <account nickname> to request account history or HIST for all history
XFER <from account nickname> to
<account nickname> <amount>
transfer funds to between accounts 
LIST receive a list of keywords
HELP receive a list of contact points for information on text banking
STOP to stop all text messages to mobile devices

All standard text messages apply.  Please read our mobile banking disclosure for more details.




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