Membership

Membership

Membership is open to all Mohave County residents and their families.
Once A Member, Always A Member
Once you join Mohave Community Federal Credit Union, you are always a member. Even if you no longer have a Mohave County address! Lifetime membership is yours through Mohave Community Federal Credit Union. To become a member, please submit your online application HERE.

Important information in regards to shared branching/co-op branch:
Mohave Community Federal Credit Union is NOT a shared branch at this time.
To find a shared/co-op branch in this area, please click HERE.
FEDERALLY INSURED BY NCUA

Mission Statement

Our Mission Statement
Mohave Community Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit, member owned financial institution dedicated to providing our members with excellent service and products.  These services and products will be delivered in a mutually beneficial cost structure that encourages growth and development both for Members and the Credit Union.
Our intent is to always adhere to Credit Union philosophies as well as building lifelong relationships one member at a time.

Our History

Our History
Who Are We?
Mohave Community Federal Credit Union (MCFCU) has been serving Mohave County residents since 1957. For over 60 years we have been fulfilling the wants and needs of Mohave County Residents just like you! If you are a member here at Mohave Community Federal Credit Union, you have the peace of mind knowing that your deposits are federally chartered and therefore regulated by federal law. The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) is the regulatory agency governing and insuring deposits for MCFCU. Similar to FDIC for the banks, MCFCU has depository insurance of up to $250,000 per account provided by the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund. This means that your deposits are insured and backed by the good faith and credit of the United States Government. Strict regulations from the NCUA require that we hold to the highest standards for safety and soundness to protect our members’ deposits. You can rest assured that your money is safe at Mohave Community Federal Credit Union.
Get more information about the National Credit Union Administration.

Become A Member

Become A Member
Membership is open to ALL Mohave County Residents and their families.  Once you join Mohave Community Federal Credit Union, you are always a member. Even if you no longer have a Mohave County address! Lifetime membership is yours through Mohave Community Federal Credit Union. Apply online today!
Important Information about Opening a New Account
To help the government fight the funding of terrorism and money laundering activities, Federal law requires all financial institutions to obtain, verify, and record information that identifies each person who opens an account.
What this means for you: When you open an account, we will ask for your name, address, date of birth, and other information that will allow us to properly identify you. We may also ask to see your driver’s license or other identifying documents, per the USA Patriot Act.

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63rd Annual Meeting

Mohave Community Federal Credit Union
63rd Annual Meeting
Mohave Community Federal Credit Union 63rd Annual MeetingHeld Wednesday, November 18 2020
For all of the details of the meeting, click HERE.

 

Shared Branching

Important information in regards to shared branching/co-cop branch:
Mohave Community Federal Credit Union is NOT a shared branch at this time.
To find a shared/co-op branch in this area, please click HERE.

What does it mean to be a shared branch/co-op branch?

Shared Branching is a national network of credit unions from all over the country that share facilities to give members thousands of convenient locations to perform transactions just as if they were at their home credit union. Credit unions that belong to the CO-OP shared branch network let customers of other member credit unions handle basic banking tasks at their branches. In addition, customers of member credit unions get access to fee-free ATMs at partner credit unions nationwide.
What you can do at a shared branch
  • Deposit and withdraw funds at branches and ATMs
  • Check your balance and transfer funds between accounts
  • Make loan payments
What you can’t do at a shared branch
  • Withdraw an unlimited amount of money at a branch or ATM
  • Access deposited funds immediately
  • Receive notary services for free