Credit unions provide one-stop shopping. In addition to traditional financial services, members can also access various investment, insurance and trust services either directly or indirectly through affiliates.
Credit unions pride themselves on their excellent in-branch service, which members still value in this age of connectivity. Getting to the branch is not always practical or necessary, though, so credit unions also provide the most up-to-date methods for members to conduct their financial business.
Internet banking allows members access to their accounts 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Pay bills, view statement information, and transfer funds between accounts using this convenient technology.
Many Manitoba credit unions have implemented mobile services, allowing members to retrieve account balances and be notified of any activity on their account, which increases the level of safety and security on their accounts.
Manitoba credit union members have fast, convenient access to their accounts through a network of about 200 credit union ATMs in Manitoba. And, with access to a national network of ding free® ATMs from BC to Newfoundland, Canadian credit union members pay no surcharge fees at thousands of credit union and other participating ATMs across Canada. It's a network of ATMs that's bigger than most banks and it's all "ding free." Members also have access to national and international networks of ATMs through the INTERAC†, Maestro®, Cirrus® and ACCULINK® systems.
Telephone banking provides access to accounts 24 hours a day, seven days a week. You can pay a wide variety of household and personal bills, receive account balances, check on cleared items and leave messages for staff.