A wire transfer is a secure way to move funds between your Members First Credit Union account and an account at another financial institution.
Outgoing Wire Transfers
Members can send money to other financial institutions based in the United States or internationally. We charge a nominal fee for outgoing wire transfers and the receiving institution may also charge a fee.
Availability and charges for international wire are subject to the policies of the receiving institution, country and number of financial institutions involved in the transfer.
Sending a wire transfer
In order to send money to another person or financial institution, you will need the following:
- Name and wiring address of the receiving financial institution
- ABA Routing & Transit Number of the receiving financial institution
- Name of the person the funds are being transferred to, their account number and their address
Visit a branch to initiate an outgoing wire transfer from your MFCU account. Contact us for more options if you anticipate sending wires frequently.
Incoming Wire Transfers
Members can receive money from other financial institutions based in the United States. We do not charge a fee for money you receive via incoming wire transfers.
Receiving a wire transfer
In order to receive money from another person or financial institution, the following should be provided to the other financial institution:
|Receiving Financial Institution||Members First Credit Union
600 W Wackerly St
Midland, MI 48641
|ABA Routing & Transit Number||272482841|
Member Account Number (full MICR account number, including share or loan ID)
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