- What is the Routing Number?
- How can I become a member?
- Is there a minimum checking account requirement?
- How do I wire money to someone?
- Can I get a Debit/ATM card today?
- How do I apply for an auto/vehicle loan?
- How can I pay my Mid-Illini Credit Union car payment with funds from another financial institution?
- Do you provide notary service?
- What is the difference between a credit union and a bank?
Questions & Answers
What is the Routing Number?
The Routing Number is 271176103.
How can I become a member?
Membership is open to anyone who lives or works in McLean County! If you do not live or work in McLean County, you can join if one of your relatives is a Mid-Illini Credit Union member. If neither of these conditions applies, you may join by making a $1 donation to our Mid-Illinois Dollars for Scholars Foundation which funds scholarships for high school students who attend school in McLean County. http://www.midfs.com/. Credit union membership requires you to maintain a $5 balance in your savings account, and a valid ID.
Is there a minimum checking account requirement?
Mid-Illini Credit Union offers multiple checking account options, including checking accounts that do not require a minimum balance! The minimum checking account requirement varies depending on the checking account type you choose. More information about our checking accounts can be found here.
How do I wire money to someone?
To wire money to someone, you or the recipient of the wire will need to contact the receiving financial institution to request their specific incoming wire instructions. Contact Mid-Illini Credit Union to complete the outgoing wire form. A fee will apply for most outgoing wires.
Can I get a Debit/ATM card today?
Debit/ATM cards are processed and delivered to you within 7-10 business days. We will soon be able to print your card at our Eastland Drive location.
How do I apply for an auto/vehicle loan?
You can complete an application at the credit union, or you can apply online by clicking here. In addition, we will need the details about the auto/vehicle you are purchasing.
How can I pay my Mid-Illini Credit Union car payment with funds from another financial institution?
You can mail a payment from the other financial institution or complete a Mid-Illini Credit Union ACH Origination Form which gives us permission to debit your account. Other options that include a minimal fee is a transfer request via Mid-Illini Credit Union’s Online Banking site or call Mid-Illini Credit Union to make a telephone payment request.
Do you provide notary service?
Mid-Illini Credit Union is pleased to offer free notary services to our members, and we offer notary services to nonmembers for a nominal fee per stamp.
What is the difference between a credit union and a bank?
A credit union is a member-owned not-for-profit financial cooperative with a volunteer Board of Directors, and earnings are paid back to the members. Banks are for-profit corporations owned by investors, and profits paid to stockholders.