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New Member Eligibility Information From MVCU

MVCU has now expanded its field of membership. If you currently Live, Work, Worship, and Attend School in NEW, NEW, NEW -WOOD COUNTY, LUCAS COUNTY, PERRYSBURG, PERRYSBURG TOWNSHIP, WATERVILLE, and WHITEHOUSE, you are now eligible to join MVCU. If you are a BUSINESS and would like to join MVCU, please call 419-872-1201 or e-mail us at

If you belong to one of our select employee groups or are related to a family member that already belongs you are eligible for membership. We would love for you to join the Maumee Valley Credit Union family. Simply complete the on-line MVCU Membership Request Form to open a MVCU savings account. We will then send you a signature card to complete. Once you have completed your signature card you must return with your card a $25.00 membership deposit to one of our offices. Once you join, you are a member for life.

How Much Can You Save As A Member?       


How would you like an extra $500 a year? A national study by Credit Union Executive Society showed that the average credit union member can save between $200 to $500 a year in banking costs!


Just do a cost comparison between your current bank and Maumee Valley Credit Union - you'll find that you should come out way ahead with MVCU - fees are less expensive - loan rates are lower - and we don't charge outrageous prices for items such as deposit slips and talking to a teller - as a matter of fact - for that we don't charge you at all!


Check out more information on our products and services under our main topics. Be sure and check out our many free online services too!

Remember: "Once A Member - Always A Member!"

Remember: Click here to fill out a membership application.


Join online with our convenient applications. If you are a business and would like to join, use our contact link and we'll get back to you right away.

Monday, November 20, 2017
This institution is not federally insured, and if the institution fails, the Federal Government does not guarantee that depositors will get back their money. Members' accounts are not insured or guaranteed by any government or government-sponsored agency.