Your base account number can be found on your statement, in ComputerLine® or in the Mobile app when viewing “My Profile”. Your Share ID can be found on your MSUFCU statement, in ComputerLine®, or in the MSUFCU Mobile app to the left of the share name when viewing Account Summary. (i.e. 00 – Spartan Saver).
- 1 Can I close out my MSU credit union account?
- 2 Does MSUFCU have a grace period?
- 3 How do I pay my MSUFCU bill?
- 4 How many digits is a bank account number?
- 5 What routing number is 272479663?
- 6 Where is account number on check?
- 7 What is a share account number?
- 8 How do I set up direct deposit for MSU?
- 9 How do I transfer money to my MSUFCU external account?
Can I close out my MSU credit union account?
Your Wallet You may request to close your account in person at any MSUFCU branch location or by written request. Please be sure to include your signature with your written request for verification. You may also request to close your account via the secure eMessage Center located within ComputerLine®.
Does MSUFCU have a grace period?
There is no grace period. I understand this Open-End Loan Agreement is subject to a $2.00 fee for a transfer of funds to cover an overdraft check.
How do I pay my MSUFCU bill?
First, log in and select MoveMoney, then choose Pay Bills, now select Add A Payee, and finally, select Business. If you would like to make a one time MSUFCU loan payment from another financial institution, simply select MoveMoney, then choose Manage Preferences, and lastly select External ACH Accounts.
How many digits is a bank account number?
How many digits is a bank account number? Bank account numbers typically consist of eight to 12 digits, but some account numbers could even contain up to 17 digits.
What routing number is 272479663?
The routing number (ABA) for MSUFCU is 272479663.
Where is account number on check?
Where is the account number on a check? You can find your account number at the bottom of your checks, the second set of numbers from the left that is between 9 and 12 digits. This number lets the bank know which checking account to take the funds from.
The share ID or loan ID is the last two digits of the number listed under each account in your Online Banking dashboard. The share ID or loan ID is also listed in the solid bars on your account statements. For example, the share ID for a base savings account is 00.
How do I set up direct deposit for MSU?
Direct deposit enrollment is via the EBS portal. You provide your financial institution routing number and account number and authorize the direct deposit of your pay. PLEASE NOTE: Depending upon the timing of your direct deposit enrollment, changes to your bank information may not take effect until your next pay date.
How do I transfer money to my MSUFCU external account?
You must first log in to ComputerLine, as this feature is not available on the MSUFCU Mobile app, and select MoveMoney, then choose Pay Bills and finally Transfer. Here you will be able to add an external financial institution and will be able to transfer between accounts in your name after following the prompts.