Mill City is excited to introduce a new option for those tracking their credit score and reviewing their credit report in Virtual Branch – the option to download your credit report!
Representatives from Greater Good winners Students Today Leaders Forever and Highly Favored Events, LLC gathered at Mill City CU’s Minnetonka branch to receive their $1,000 checks.
Looking to protect yourself from fraud, identity theft, and scams? Maybe you’re wondering about the best way to use credit, how to shop for a used car, or maximize your security online. We have information for you during National Consumer Protection Week — March 4-10, 2018 — and any time of the year.
Mill City is excited to offer Touch ID logon for the CardValet app. CardValet provides debit card monitoring at your fingertips!
For your increased account security and as an industry best practice, we’re changing the allowed parameters for Virtual Branch Logon IDs. Effective March 6, 2018, you will no longer be able to have your Logon ID match your account number, social security number or email address.
The board of directors and management team of your credit union are excited to announce the newest branch to serve Mill City Credit Union members. The branch will be located in Brooklyn Park, MN, at the intersection of Zane and 93rd Avenues.
Representatives from Greater Good winner Loaves and Fishes came out to Mill City CU’s Minnetonka branch to receive their $1,000 check.
We’re excited to announce that the long-anticipated feature of Touch ID and Android Fingerprint Logon is here! Beginning December 12, 2017, Mobile Money users will have the new feature presented to them as an option for logon.
Mill City Credit Union and the beloved Dollar Dog hosted the first-ever Day at the Movies, an event exclusively for Dollar Dog Kids Club members. Sixty-five attendees got the opportunity to watch Disney Pixar’s latest film, Coco, for free!
Over 180 people attended Mill City Credit Union’s Shred Day on Monday, October 9 to shred their sensitive, personal documents. The event led to nearly 6,500 pounds of paper being shredded!