Visa Platinum Preferred Credit Card
USMFCU VISA Credit Card Update
A New Look, a New Rewards Program and a New Visa Card Processor!
- If you have not activated your Visa credit card, please call: 800-290-7893
- If you didn't receive your visa - please call: 586-756-3300 option 5.
Online & Mobile Banking
Download USMFCU mobile app - click on your visa account - click on credit card details - here you will have an access to settings, credit card payment, documents, awards and credit card details for full visa credit card management.
Your new VISA card comes with a New Rewards Program.
- 1 Point(s) earned for every $1 net dollar(s) in purchases.
- Points expire every 60 months in the month in which they are earned.
- Points can be redeemed for Merchandise, Travel, Gift Cards, Statement Credit, or Direct Deposit to USMFCU checking or savings account.
Fraud & Security
Due to the new VISA program our fraud department will need to learn member transactions habits. You may receive communication via SMS/Emails/Calls from VISA department asking to confirm purchase activity. Please respond so that we can best serve you.
This will happen in 3 step process:
- SMS - click V for yes or F for no.
- If not response after 5 minutes - email is sent.
- If not response - we will call you during regular hours.
- Call customer service if you didn't receive a call: 833-599-0051
Lost & Stolen
If you believe your VISA card have been lost or stolen, please call:
- 855-293-2458 - Within USA
- 206-352-4401 - International
New Payment Address
If paying by check, please, use this address:
Ukrainian Selfreliance Michigan Federal Credit Union
PO BOX 650789
Dallas, TX 75265-0789
This is our new full customer service team available 24/7.
As life changes, let us know the best way we can reach you. Please call us: 586-756-3300 and update your phone number and email if they have changed.
Let us help you build your credit!
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