CU Related News


An Easier Way to Pay 

Members First CU and Apple Pay™ let you make purchases using iPhone 6®at hundreds of thousands of stores and in participating apps. 

Pay With a Single Touch

Simply add your eligible Members First Visa®card to Apple Pay. Then, pay for purchases by holding your iPhone 6 near a contactless reader with your finger on TouchID.™. No need to open an app or even wake your phone. 

A Secure Way to Pay

Apple Pay on iPhone6 combines the latest security technology from Apple®and Visa. Every transaction is authorized with TouchID or your passcode. 

Mobile Banking Now Available!

Free, easy and secure. We're there for you wherever you go with our Mobile Banking Apps! Keep up to date with your balances, view your transactions, transfer money, pay bills, find an ATM or branch location and more. Free, easy and secure. 24 hours a day.


Download our App Today!
Search "Members First CU Utah" in the "App Store" on your Apple Device, in the "Android Market on your Android device or click below if you are viewing this page from a web browser on your mobile phone. It's quick and easy!


E*statements are Here!!

You can now sign up for e*statements online through e*teller. E*statements will be available on the first day of each month and will provide online viewing options or a downloadable file in .pdf format. You can also choose to include graphs of each account suffix showing spending and balance trends. There is now a new e*statements button in e*teller. Go green and enjoy added security as well as easy access to your statement information with Members First e*statements! Sign up today!!


Cyber Scams Continue

We continue to receive questions from members regarding a variety of Internet and Mail scams currently circulating in our area. We have been able to help a number of members avoid being taken by them. The most recent and most prevalent is perpetrated by the scammer sending one or more Cashiers Checks, Money Orders or Money Grams and asking the victim to send part of the funds back to them or to another location.

Most scams involve one or more of the following:

You can avoid would-be scammers by understanding and following these common sense rules: