Members First Credit Union Online Banking » Members First Credit Union Routing Number | How to Wire
The Members First Credit Union routing number allows Members First account holders to perform domestic wire transfers, as well as other forms of electronic transfers/payments (ACH transfers, direct deposit, etc). An overview of the Members First wire transfer process, along with various service details (fees, etc.) can be viewed below under the ‘How to Wire Funds’ section.
- Not directly connected to the SWIFT network.
Note: Although Members First is not connected to the SWIFT network, they may still use an intermediary bank for performing outgoing international transfers. Get in touch with a customer service representative for more information.
Routing Number On Check
Locate your Members First Credit Union routing number on one of your personal/business checks. ABA routing numbers will always be located in the bottom-left corner of a bank’s check, located directly to the left of the account number. A sample Members First check can be seen below, with the location of the routing number outlined in black.
How to Wire Funds
The following information is required to initiate an incoming domestic wire transfer to a Members First Credit Union account:
- Full legal name of account holder (exactly as it appears on the bank account)
- Bank account number and share draft ID# (located on a Members First check)
- Routing number (211489407)
- Amount of wire
Members First Credit Union Wire Transfer Fees:
- Wire Transfer – Incoming ($5)
- Wire Transfer – Outgoing Domestic ($25)
- Wire Transfer – Outgoing International ($40)
Get in touch with a customer service representative if you have any specific questions/concerns regarding Members First wire transfer services.Sponsored Links