OUR TOP PRIORITY
MSUFCU's top priority is the safety of our members and employees. The Credit Union is considered an essential business for the community and will remain open during the Stay at Home Order in Michigan.
Our Live Chat, Call Center, and Drives Service teams are experiencing an increased number of requests, due to this members may experience longer wait times.
To assist you in getting the answers you may be looking for we have include account access information, branch updates, and member support options below. We are committed to providing our members with the service and support they need during this time, while keeping your funds and information safe and protected.
ACCESSING YOUR ACCOUNT
ComputerLine and Mobile App -
Access your account 24/7 through the MSUFCU Mobile app and ComputerLine. Account management within the app and ComputerLine includes transfers, eDeposits for checks, applying for a loan, opening a new account, Bill Pay and more.
Please note, transfers are subject to Regulation D which limits electronic transfers to six (6) per month from a savings share. Please be mindful of this regulation.
Download the MSUFCU Mobile App today: Apple App Store
or Google Play
Live Chat and Call Center -
Our Live Chat and Call Center representatives are available to serve members at this time. Find hours and access to these services here
. Please note, our Live Chat and Call Center teams are experiencing a higher than normal volume of requests, wait times may be longer than usual.
Our secure message center, eMessages, found in ComputerLine and the MSUFCU Mobile app are a great way to get in touch with our team for non-urgent matters and questions.
ATMs - ATMs
will continue to function without interruption and are not subject to Regulation D. Please be aware that some ATMs on campus may not be accessible at this time.
Card Use -
Using your MSUFCU Visa credit or debit card at this time allows you to make necessary purchases from home. Fraud protection is in place and if something should happen to your card, a replacement can be sent to you. There is no replacement for lost or stolen cash.
View additional remote account access information and options here
Branch services have been modified, click here to see the most up to date branch service options and hours
. Please note, due to an increased volume of requests, wait times for our Drives Service may be longer than usual. For the health and safety of our members and employees our branch lobbies are currently closed. If you have a transaction that is critical and requires in-person assistance, please call 800-678-4968 ext.3322 to make an appointment.
Please note, CO-OP Shared Branches also have modified service options at this time. Please call ahead prior to visiting a CO-OP location
MEMBER FINANCIAL SUPPORT
We are committed to assisting members during this challenging time and offering support options that fit your needs.
• Skip-A-Pay with no fees
• Short- or long-term loan extension options with reduced payment requirements up to three months.
• Member Assistance Loans up to $10,000 with deferred payments options. Rates will be based on current credit score.
We are here to support our members, please contact
the Credit Union to review options that will best suit your needs at this time. Apply for a loan online by accessing your account through ComputerLine and selecting "Apply for a Loan" from the top navigation. Not a member? Apply online
today to get the assistance you need.
STEPS WE ARE TAKING
• Uninterrupted Safety and Security -
All security measures in place will continue without interruption, including fraud protection. MSUFCU is a federally insured financial institution through the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) and your money is safe.
• Monitoring and Adapting -
Our team is closely monitoring the situation and has an agile response plan in place. In addition, review and execution of existing preparedness and business continuity plans have occurred. We are monitoring the information provided by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and local authorities. Employees have been encouraged to familiarize themselves with the information and follow CDC directives, when applicable.
• Increased Cleaning and Sanitizing -
We have distributed additional hand sanitizer and personal protective equipment throughout the organization and have put additional cleaning rotations in place.
• Employee Support -
MSUFCU has redistributed our employees and adopted further remote working capabilities. We have reduced in-office operations with over 80% of our workforce at home, we will continue to do so, all while ensuring that we are able to provide access and assistance to our membership. We have encouraged our employees to continue to monitor their health and have created direct communication channels for sharing any issues or potential exposure concerns. We are committed to supporting our employees during this time and are working to ensure processes are in place to continue to do so.
• Center for Disease Control and Prevention
• World Health Organization