An important message from our President/CEO...
04/03/2020 COVID-19 FINANCIAL RELIEF:
MOVFCU Members and residents of St. Charles County,
We are indeed living in unprecedented times. Fear, anxiety, and misinformation are at an all time high. Uncertainity and instability are robbing us of peace, calm, and often sleep. The COVID -19 Pandemic has negatively affected us all.
While all of this is true, I want you to know that Missouri Valley Federal Credit Union is here for you! We are staffed and prepared to assist you through every financial difficulty you may experience. Please call, email, or send us a message to discuss your financial situation. We are in this together. As a financial cooperative, we always have been. We are not about to abandon you when you need us the most.
The link below will give you up to date information about ways we can help you get through this crisis. There is more help to come so make sure you visit the site again soon.
We are here for you. We can and will overcome. We will win. Together.
Stay safe and full of hope,
Josh Rodriguez, President/CEO
Missouri Valley FCU
03/27/2020 OPERATIONS UPDATE:
As we continue to do our part to slow the spread of the Corona Virus in our community, you will notice some additional operational changes at your Credit Union.
Beginning Monday, March 30, our hours of operation will be from 9am – 5pm. On Saturday, our hours will remain 8:30 am – 12pm. During these reduced hours, the Member and Financial Services Departments will remain fully staffed and ready to assist you. We will continue to serve your financial needs through our drive thru, over the phone, and via email.
As always, online banking, mobile banking, Expressline, Mobile Deposit, ATM Access, and all of our electronic services will be available to you 24 hours a day.
Thank you for being a member of MOVFCU! We can’t wait until life gets back to normal and we are able to return to regular operations.
Please remember, if you are experiencing any financial hardship or anticipate financial difficulty in the future, please contact us. We have solutions to help you weather this difficult situation.
Stay healthy and hopeful!
Beloved members of Missouri Valley Federal Credit Union,
As you are all aware, our country has been plunged into a time of uncertainty and crisis. Every American and every community has been affected by the Coronavirus and COVID – 19.
We are living in unprecedented times and in extremely abnormal conditions as Americans. We love our freedom. Our ability to roam. Our free spirits lead us on adventures and excursions often at will. We are not used to reigning in our passion for the open road, travel, and get togethers with those we love.
But, as previously mentioned, these are unprecedented times. Our local, state, and national leaders have asked us to temper our social behavior for 15 days. “15 Days to Slow the Spread” is a bold attempt to stifle the virus that has crept across our great nation.
Our leaders are taking this bold step in the best interests of our country, especially the elderly and those with weakened immune systems.
In order to protect our members and employees, we have chosen to restrict member access to our lobby.
Effective March 18, 2020, no one will be allowed into our building except for Credit Union employees and volunteers.
However, we will continue to service our members through the drive thru and electronic channels.
- We will remain open during normal business hours.
- All cash transactions will have to be made through the drive thru, at an ATM, or at a Shared Branch location.
- We will continue to take phone calls and respond to email.
- We will take loan applications through www.movfcu.org.
- Online, Mobile, and phone banking will all be accessible 24/7/365.
- During the lobby closure, all ATM fees charged by another institution will be refunded to your account – up to $20/month
- The lobby closure will remain in effect until further notice.
These steps are being taken not out of fear, but in hope that if we work together, we can defeat the spread of this virus.
Together we are strong. Together we will prevail.
Finally, if your finances have been negatively affected by this crisis in any way – job loss, loss of hours, etc, please call or email us. We have ways that we can help and would love to talk with you.
May you all stay safe, hopeful, and healthy.