With the availability of the My Mobile Money app, you now have greater spending control and protection from fraud for your card. The My Mobile Money app lets you manage your WMFCU debit card with customizable alerts that let you know when, how, and where your card is used. You can set them up, and turn them on and off when you choose. You also have the ability to turn your card on and off. With this new feature, you’ll soon be able to travel without notifying us beforehand-you’ll have full control.

  • Turn your card on or off
  • Set alerts and deny transactions based on merchant or transaction type and location.
  • Monitor and control dependent cardholders’ usage.
  • Receive notification of possible fraudulent transactions and take action

QUICK REFERENCE GUIDE MY MOBILE MONEY ACCESS VIDEO

In your app store, search for “MyMobileMoney” or simply use the links below.

Google Play App Store

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