Start saving today. All it takes is a $25 deposit, which establishes your lifetime membership with MOFCU and represents one share of ownership in the credit union. The $25 must be maintained as long as the account is open. Dividends are paid and compounded quarterly on your average daily balance and a quarterly statement is provided showing all transactions and dividends earned.
Don’t worry yourself with writing checks. Make life easier with an ATM or debit card. Get cash whenever you need it. We have several convenient ATM locations to better serve you. With GenerationREAL, you have account access anywhere at anytime. *(50 free checks are available per calendar year, but we encourage you to use your ATM or Debit card)
This no-hassle account offers:
- Free ATM/debit card (Pick one, it’s your choice!)
- No monthly service fee
- No minimum balance
- No per check charge
Automated Account Access – free telephone account access
Online Account Access – free online account access
Electronic Statement – free monthly iStatement
With either of these services, you can check account balances, transfer funds between accounts and more. To access your account online, simply log in from the home page. Need your login information? Simply click the New Member link in the Online Account Access Log In area and follow the steps to retrieve a temporary password. You may also access iPhone by calling (409) 892-1111, option 1.
Start saving for your first big purchase with a share certificate. Open a certificate for only $250 with a six-month term and earn a higher dividend on your money. That means more for you! The certificate will automatically renew every six months.
Another affordable way to save money! Savings Bond options include, EE bonds, purchased at 50% of face value or I bonds purchased at face value. Both are exempt from state and local taxes and continue to earn interest for up to thirty years. They are also eligible for tax benefits upon redemption when used for qualified education expenses.
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