PLYMOUTH — Community Financial Credit Union members can now access their accounts at any time from just about anywhere with the credit union’s recently unveiled mobile banking, including downloadable apps for iPhone and Android phones.

Mobile banking from Community Financial is another way the credit union is making banking easier for its members. 

With Community Financial, mobile banking is available in three ways: Mobile Apps, Mobile Web and Text Banking:
* Mobile Apps – These apps, downloadable from the Apple or Google Play online stores, allow members to access their accounts from their iPhone, iPad or Android smartphone.  With the apps, users can view transactions, check and send messages, transfer funds or even see graphs of their spending patterns.
* Mobile Web – With Community Financial’s Mobile Web platform, members can access their accounts using a website designed to optimally display on mobile devices.  Using this site, members can pay bills, send secure messages or set up Text Banking.
* Text Banking – With Text Banking, members can text a short code to Community Financial to receive information regarding their accounts, including balances and recent history.

“It is our goal to build on our track record of making the banking experience easier for our members, and bringing these mobile options to the market helps do that,” said Sarah Cousineau, Community Financial marketing manager.

For more information on mobile banking from Community Financial, please visit

Community Financial has branches in Plymouth, Canton Township, Northville and Novi in the Detroit area, and Gaylord, Hillman and Lewiston in northern Lower Michigan.

Membership in Community Financial Credit Union is open to anyone who lives, works, worships, or attends school in 23 Michigan counties. With more than 50,000 members, Community Financial provides financial services to members at eight branch locations and through a variety of automated and online services. For more complete membership information, visit or call (877) 937-2328.


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