Easily schedule one-time payments or recurring payments such as your mortgage, car loan, and more, 24/7, with our Bill Payment Service.

The Bill Payment service is available to members who have a Woburn Municipal FCU checking account! All you will have to do is verify that the amount you have been billed is correct, and then schedule the payment. We will do the rest! You will be able to schedule recurring payments of the same amount (e.g. mortgage), and by retaining the contract information of the payee, your bill payment history will speed the process of paying billed amounts that vary from month to month (e.g. credit card). Payments should be requested no less than five business days prior to a bill’s due date to ensure they are received on time.

Bill Payment is now being offered at your Woburn Municipal FCU, stop by the credit union or give us a call at 781-933-2600.

To enroll, sign up for Online Banking then select “Bill Payer” today!

WMFCU Donates $500 to the Council of Social Concern

Apr 19th, 2019

Woburn Municipal Federal Credit Union (WMFCU) is pleased to announce the donation of $500 to the Council of Social Concern in Woburn. The donation comes following WMFCU’s social media “like” campaign in which WMFCU pledged to donate $1 for every like received on their social media pages throughout the months of February and March.  On […]

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Re-Cap of Our 52nd Annual Meeting & Our Big News!

Apr 17th, 2019

If you couldn’t make it to our annual meeting, don’t worry. Here is everything that you should know about what we covered last night. Our Name is Changing Last night we officially revealed that we will be changing our name from Woburn Municipal Federal Credit Union to Common Trust Federal Credit Union (CTFCU), effective on […]

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5 Reasons Why Financial Literacy Should be Taught from a Young Age

Apr 3rd, 2019

Despite improvements in banking technologies, many Americans are still unaware of how to manage their finances properly. In fact, only 48% of Americans were able to answer at least half of a set of financial literacy questions correctly. Even worse, less than 25% of millennials were able to answer basic financial wellness questions. So, how […]

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