Business Account Services
Use the MSUFCU ACH Origination Authorization Form to set up the following transactions:
- Transfer funds from your MSUFCU checking account to a different financial institution.
- Pay your fixed amount bills electronically from your MSUFCU checking account.
- Deposit funds to your MSUFCU savings or checking account from a different financial institution.
- Make payments to your MSUFCU Visa every month.
To set up ACH Origination for your account, simply print and complete the form and fax to the MSUFCU Payment Services department at 517-664-7788. Be sure to keep a copy for your records.
When you input your MSUFCU account number, be sure to include your two-digit I.D. in addition to your base account number to ensure that your transactions are posted to the correct savings, checking or loan account. For example, if your account number is 123456-03, 123456 is your base account number and 03 is your two-digit I.D. designating your savings or checking account. Your two-digit I.D. number can be found on your MSUFCU statement.
Enable your business to accept all major credit cards and have the funds deposited into your MSUFCU business account with Merchant Processing.
MSUFCU has partnered with IntegrityOne Payments to offer this service to our business membership. Founded and based in Michigan, IntegrityOne will meet the diverse needs of your business. They offer personal, hands-on assistance, free consultations and competitive pricing along with the same member service standards you expect at MSUFCU.
Is Merchant Processing Right for Your Business?
Evaluate the possibility of using Merchant Processing for your business by contacting MSUFCU's Business Services Department. Call 517-333-2365 or 800-678-4968 extension 2365, or send us a secure email to have a Business Services Specialist contact you.
Meet with our IntegrityOne representative and discuss the best options for your business needs.
Sign up for Merchant Processing
Our IntegrityOne representative will help you complete a credit application and submit it to the processor. When approved, you'll discuss the different options for accepting payment.