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Coronavirus Information Central

WWFCU is here for you. Our main concerns are the safety and well-being of our membership and our staff. We wanted to give you a one-stop spot for all of our coronavirus-related information. Check back often, our goal is to update this page as needed. Our Hours Our lobby and drive-thru are now open regular

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Think Mobile and Online Banking First

WWFCU closed its lobby during this COVID-19 outbreak to protect its community and staff. We know this is an inconvenience for some of our members, so we wanted to outline all the transactions you can do on your laptop, PC or smartphone. Skip the drive-thru lines and use a little technology instead! Online and Mobile

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WWFCU Lobby Closed, Drive-Thru Open

March 16, 2020 First, let me assure you there have been no confirmed exposure to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) at WWFCU. We take the well-being and safety of our members and staff very seriously and they are at the heart of every decision we make. As inconvenient as it may be for our members, we are taking

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COVID-19: Protecting Yourself at WWFCU

We’re always talking to you about your financial health, but with the COVID-19 coronavirus now in Michigan we thought we’d talk about your physical health. Whether you’re ill or worried about getting ill, you still have plenty of banking options at WWFCU. Many of our transactions can be performed either using our drive-thru, online banking

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What Can Mobile Banking Do for You?

The average American spends nearly four hours a day on their smartphone, and about a third of U.S. smartphone users use mobile banking or mobile banking apps. As a WWFCU member, you’re in luck! We offer both mobile banking and a mobile banking app. Whether you’re already familiar with our mobile banking or are new

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New Federal Rule for Mobile Deposits

Although Wayne Westland Federal Credit Union’s mobile app doesn’t include mobile deposits yet (we’re working on it, we promise!), a new rule by the Federal Reserve Board may still affect our members. Called Regulation CC, it’s changing how financial institutions are processing mobile deposits. If you’re unfamiliar with the term, mobile deposits let you use

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5 Mobile Banking Security Tips

Start the Countdown It wasn’t that long ago that an account deposit or withdrawal required a visit to your bank to complete the transaction. Banking was inconvenient and time consuming. Today, we have lots of options when it comes to financial transactions. Mobile banking is an increasingly popular way to monitor and manage your money. But

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Mobile Banking Services

You’ve probably heard by now that Wayne Westland Federal Credit Union offers mobile banking services to its members. You can check account balances, pay bills, review transactions, transfer funds, and perform other account management activities through your mobile phone. You won’t pay extra for these essential services, either. Mobile banking through WWFCU is free. (Your

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Staying On Top Of It With e-Alerts

Chances are you’re like the increasing number of people who are moving their hard-earned money out of large banks and into Credit Unions. You understand the advantages. However, Wayne Westland Federal CU is pleased to offer yet another benefit: the ability to get virtually instantaneous alerts in your email when there is activity in your

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The Environmental Impacts of Paper – Go Green

Just about every aspect of financial affairs involves some form of a paper document. From monthly statements to contracts and agreements to paper checks, vast amounts of paper need to be manufactured, transported, and disposed of. All of this paper has a significant impact on the environment. The volume of paper produced does mean more

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