IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR OUR MEMBERS:
New Mobile App
You probably noticed the upgrade to our mobile app early last week. We’re excited because the new app looks great, is very user-friendly and has some great features including:
- Overhauled interface
- Transfer to another member account
- Scheduled/Reoccurring transfers
- Check images
- Scrolling issue on Androids resolved
If you have your phone set up to receive automatic updates, the WMCU mobile app should have automatically updated to the new one, featuring our new logo. If not, you may need to delete the old app and download the new one. Just search Wisconsin Medical Credit Union in your App or Google Play Store. We hope you like the new app as much as we do!
Effective May 1st, we will temporarily be changing our Friday hours to 8:30-5 until further notice. We’ll be keeping our Saturday hours the same, from 9 a.m. to noon.
Cash Withdrawal Limit for Drive-Thru
These are unprecedented and challenging times. While our lobby remains closed, we have increased the amount of cash that can be withdrawn through the drive-up. The limit on cash withdrawals will be $2,000.00 per member per day. If you are aware of a special circumstance in which you will need more cash than that, you must contact us to request it two weeks in advance. There is no limit to the amount of your available funds that can be withdrawn by check. The safety of your money at Wisconsin Medical Credit Union is not something to worry about. As a friendly reminder, here are some great reasons not to make large cash withdrawals:
You don’t need cash. Our Home and Mobile Banking, Remote Deposit Capture, Bill Pay, and Debit Card services make it easy to manage your accounts and make payments without cash.
Your funds are safe. Your Wisconsin Medical Credit Union accounts are federally insured by the National Credit Union Administration to at least $250,000.00. Because of that, your money is protected by the full faith and credit of the United State government.
Cash is risky. Carrying cash or keeping it at home can be dangerous. If you’re robbed, or the money is lost or destroyed, it’s not insured and can’t be replaced.
There’s no shortage. Wisconsin Medical Credit Union has plenty of liquidity – that means we have the funds available to pay our depositors and make loans.
If you have any questions, feel free to give us a call. We’re here for you as much as ever. Keep safe and healthy!