Important Notice:

On Thursday, November 19th, your credit union will be launching a new and enhanced version of our Bill payment service.  Please be advised, bill pay access will be removed on Tuesday, November 17th at 4:00 pm ET.  Access will be restored on Thursday, November 19th by 1 pm ET. If you are an existing bill pay user, we are converting your payees, accounts and scheduled payments, along with six months of history.  If you have ‘time sensitive payments’ due in the week of the conversion, (November 17 through November 20th) we recommend allowing additional processing time for those payments.

The enhanced Bill Pay will offer many new benefits and features including better cash flow control and the ability to accept electronic bills.  Best of all, the new bill pay features a new payment model where your account will be charged on the same day the biller receives the funds for your payment!

You will continue to access bill pay through Virtual Branch by clicking on the bill pay menu option.  As a valued Member, we thank you for your patience during this transition and we are confident you will be pleased with our new and enhanced bill payment service.

We are sorry for any inconvenience this may cause

Have a question? Please let us know via e-mail or call us at 305-377-1017.

Please keep updated with MFCU’s response to COVID-19

Email Safety

Email Safety means following best practices when you send and receive email.

Never include sensitive information in email.
Forged email purporting to be from your financial institution or favorite online store is a popular trick used by criminals to extract personal/sensitive information for fraud.

Never open or respond to SPAM (unsolicited bulk email messages).
Delete all SPAM without opening it. Responding to SPAM only confirms your email address to the spammer, which can actually intensify the problem.

Never click on links within an email.
It is safer to retype the Web address than to click on it from within the body of the email.

Don’t Believe the Hype.
Many fraudulent emails contain urgent messages claiming your account will be closed if sensitive information is not provided immediately or that important security information needs to be updated online.

Never give out your email address to unknown Web sites.
If you don’t know the reputation of a Web site, don’t assume trust. Many Web sites sell email addresses or may be careless with your personal information.

Don’t open attachments from strangers.
If you do not know the sender or are not expecting the attachment, delete it.

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