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What's New at Northland!

We're Looking for Member Shoppershttps://www.northlandcu.com/files/northlandcu/1/file/Other/Member_Service/MemberShoppers.pdf

Here’s how it works: As a member shopper you earn extra cash and help us to improve while you do your banking.

Mystery shopping is easy. You are already evaluating the service you receive each time you visit a branch. As a Member Shopper you tell us about your experience so that we can reward Northland employees who are doing a great job and also so that we can make improvements to serve you even better.


Important Remote Deposit NoticeRemote Deposit Notice

On July 1, 2018 Federal Reserve changes to Regulation CC went into effect that affect members who use Remote Deposit. This means that members who deposit checks at NAFCU using a mobile device are required to include the following on the back of every check: 1. A payee endorsement, 2. NAFCU or Northland Federal Area Credit Union, 3. Member account number, and 4. “For Mobile Deposit Only”.


Grayling Branch Remodeling Grayling Grand Re-Opening

Our Grayling Branch has completed its remodeling construction! Our new, fresh modern look comes with improved efficiencies. We have Interactive Dialog stations that help create a welcoming, friendly collaborative service experience. In addition, we have increased our office space to ensure that we provide exceptional personal service. Stop in and check out the newly updated facility!


Credit Unions Earn Historic Victory as House Passes S. 2155 Reg. Relief BillNew Regulation Passed, Credit Unions Earn Historic Victory

By making our voices heard, we have made a difference. On May 24, 2018, President Donald Trump signed the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act (S. 2155) into law. Thanks to credit union members dedicated advocacy efforts this was accomplished. The passing of S.2155 will provide seniors with protection from elder abuse, make mortgage processing easier and quicker, increase affordable housing in our communities, and help us provide better service to you, our members. A big thank you goes out to our Senators Peters and Stabenow, Representative Jack Bergman of the 1st District and Representative John Moolenaar of the 4th District for their support of this bipartisan, common sense regulation! These efforts will not only make a difference on the Federal level, but also on the State and local level, as well.

 


Apple Pay for Debit Cards is Here!Apple Pay for Debit Cards is HERE!

Apple Pay for Debit Cards Is Here. The safer, easier way to pay.

Apple Pay for debit cards is available on iPhone 6, iPhone 6 Plus, iPhone 7, and iPhone 7 Plus devices, Apple Pay raises the bar for secure, convenient transactions. You simply enter your cards into your phone’s Wallet app, then shop in-store or online at thousands of merchant locations across the nation. Apple Pay offers numerous benefits over conventional card-based payments:
Your phone carries only a unique, encrypted Device Account Number rather than your actual debit or credit card numbers.

Your name and card number remain anonymous to cashiers and bystanders, making online and mobile payments more secure than ever before.

Here is how to get started:
• Make sure you have the latest iOS version on your iPhone 6, 6 Plus, 7, or 7 Plus.
• Open your Wallet app, swipe down and tap the plus sign.
• Enter your card by snapping a photo with your device’s iSight® camera, or add the data manually (if you already have a card in iTunes, you’ll be prompted to add it to your Wallet).
• Look for the Apple Pay logo at participating merchants to begin using Apple Pay.

Questions? Check out our Apple Pay FAQs.

Apple, the Apple logo, iPad Air, iSight, iTunes and iPhone are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the U.S. and other countries. Apple Pay, iPad mini and Touch ID are trademarks of Apple Inc.