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Mobile Money
Take your favorite credit union with you!

Welcome to United 1st MobileMoney.

If you have a smart phone or text capable phone, you can enroll in MobileMoney and access your United 1st accounts from the palm of your hand. Whether you’re on the road, at work, or out shopping, United 1st MobileMoney service can be accessed via an app for your smart phone, and also allows text-based banking! It’s your choice, and it’s easy to sign up and begin using.

Click here to learn how to enroll your phone in MobileMoney.

With United 1st MobileMoney, your United 1st account is in your hands.
You can:

  • Check balances
  • Transfer funds
  • Pay bills
  • View transaction history
  • And much more!

Enroll through CU Online. Select MobileMoney from the Access Accounts tab above, and follow the instructions. It’s quick and secure.

Smart Phone meets Smart Banking.

Using MobileMoney:

  • Text: With just a few simple text commands, you can access your account from your text capable phone*.
  • Smart Phones: Smart phone app provides access to do all the transactions you need to manage your account from anywhere! Download the United 1st MobileMoney app today – available on the App Store and Google Play.

*There is currently no charge associated with MobileMoney. Message and data rates from your carrier may apply. Check with your wireless phone service provider for more information.


Apple Download
 
Android Download

Note: This application is provided by Apple/Google but is activated through United 1st Federal Credit Union. You will have received a text message from United 1st Federal Credit Union directing you to this site to download the MobileMoney mobile banking application.


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