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.
Use this form if you have had unauthorized charges to your Visa Credit Card or Visa Debit Card.
Written Statement of Unauthorized Transactions Use this form when any of the following occur:
There has been a check that cleared your account that was not written or authorized by you.
Unauthorized ACH (electronic payments) withdrawals post to your MSUFCU account.
When you need to dispute a transaction listed on your statement as "BP ATM Withdrawal."
Bill Payment ATM withdrawal transactions typically occur when a member provides a merchant with his/her Visa Debit Card or Credit Card number to make a payment online or by phone. Some merchants may process the payment through an ATM network as a method to avoid fees imposed by Visa. This type of ATM withdrawal will be posted to the checking account even if the payment was made with a Visa credit card.
This form is not for payments made through MSUFCU’s Bill Payment system. If you have a payment within the MSUFCU’s Bill Payment system that you would like to dispute, please contact the credit union using the Contact Us form, sign into ComputerLine and leave us a secure message using the eMessage Center, or call us at 800-678-4968.
Notary Form for Multiple Payee Check Over $5,000
This form should be completed to authorize a multiple payee check in the amount of $5,000 or more.
Identity Theft Affidavit Use this form if you believe your Social Security number or other sensitive personal information has has been stolen.
Use this form when removing a joint party(s) from joint share and/or deposit account(s).
Please print the Assignment of Interest form, complete and mail to:
Michigan State University Federal Credit Union
PO Box 1208
East Lansing, MI 48826
NOTE: This form can not be used to remove a joint party from a business account. To remove a joint party from a business account, please complete a new Business Application with the individuals you wish to have on the account.
Change your address, phone number, or email address within your ComputerLine account. Sign into your account and select the My Profile icon. You will be presented with the option of updating your contact information immediately.
Need ComputerLine Access?
Request a ComputerLine password online, and receive your password via U.S. mail in 2-3 days. Or, request your ComputerLine password by phone at 517-333-2424, 800-678-4968, or visit any of our branch locations.
H.R. 2029, signed into law by on December 18, 2015, extends for 2015 and makes permanent the IRA qualified charitable distribution (QCD) option that allows taxpayers age 70½ or older to use up to $100,000 of IRA assets per year as a tax-free contribution to qualifying charities. Payments generally must be made directly from the IRA to the charity. Taxpayers age 70½ or older now have until December 31 each year to make tax-free QCDs from their IRAs for tax year 2015 and beyond.
To request a Qualified Charitable Distribution (QCD) from your MSUFCU IRA account, please download and complete the QCD form, as well as an IRA Withdrawal form. Return the completed forms to the credit union in person at any branch, via ComputerLine eMessage, or by U.S. Mail.
Please note: Requests must be received and processed by December 31 to qualify for current tax year.
By Mail or Fax: Complete a printable sign-up form, and submit it by mail to MSUFCU PO Box 1208
East Lansing, MI 48826-1208
or fax to 866-374-2123, ATTN: Specialty and Support Services
1 Whether your overdrafts will be paid with Courtesy Pay is discretionary, and MSUFCU reserves the right not to pay. For example, we typically do not pay overdrafts if your account is not in good standing, or you are not making regular deposits, or you have too many overdrafts. Business and Organizational accounts, temporary residents and members with accounts in default will not be granted this service.
Download the Wire Transfer Request form by clicking the button to the right.
Please download the Wire Transfer Request form, complete, sign and fax to:
Michigan State University Federal Credit Union
517-664-7347 or at 866-374-2123
There is a $20 fee for sending a domestic wire and a $50 fee for sending an international wire. Please allow 2-24 hours for processing. Additional verbal and/or written confirmation may be required prior to sending the wire.
You may not be able to conduct banking transactions, such as wires, in/to the following countries. Please contact MSUFCU to confirm the status of the country where you wish to wire funds. Unavailable Wire Destinations: Cuba, North Korea, Libya, Iraq, Iran, Burma (Myanmar), Sudan, The Balkans, Zimbabwe, Syria, Côte D'ivoire, Belarus, Democratic Republic of the Congo.
Making the switch to MSUFCU? Our Checking Switch Kit walks you through the steps to make the process simple! Once your MSUFCU checking account has been opened, you can easily reroute your direct deposit and automatic payments. Download, print, and complete the MSUFCU Checking Switch Kit to get started today!
MSUFCU Routing Number: 272479663
MSUFCU SWIFT Code: MSUCUS44
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