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

Online Identity Protection

Online Identity Protection means following best practices to help you browse the Internet safely and securely.

Be selective about where you surf.
Not all Web sites are benign. Sites that are engaged in illegal or questionable activities often host damaging software and make users susceptible to aggressive computer attacks.

Use a secure browser.
Always use secure Web pages when you’re conducting transactions online (a Web page is secure if there is a locked padlock in the lower left-hand corner of your browser).

Select a strong password.
Never use birth dates, first names, pet names, addresses, phone numbers, or Social Security numbers as your password. Instead, use a combination of letters, numbers and symbols. Be sure to change your passwords regularly.

Don’t choose “Remember My Password.”
You should never use the “remember password” feature for online banking or transactional Web sites.

Don’t use public computers for sensitive transactions.
Similarly, do not use your personal computer to transact via a public/unsecure Wi-Fi connection.

How To Protect Your Privacy

  • Update and strengthen the security of your online passwords

  • Use a secure browser and trusted computer for sensitive transactions.

  • Log off when you’re done using Web sites that require a user ID and password.

  • Disconnect and shut down when you’re not using your computer

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