Marathon County Employees Credit Union

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Security Update

Online and Mobile Banking Update

For added Security - Login Changes

We added additional security to your online and mobile banking login. When you login to online and/or mobile banking, you are required to change your username – it will no longer be your account number.

Your new username must contain a combination of letters and numbers, or be a valid email address, for example:

Here are some tips for creating a new username:

  • Do not use apostrophes ( ’ )
  • Do not use account numbers
  • Usernames are not case sensitive

We made this change to protect your account information. If you need any help, just give us a call at 715.261.7680. We’ll be glad to assist!

INTRODUCING: MoneyDesktop - A new way to visualize and interact with your money.

Free personal financial money management within your online Banking!

money desktop

MoneyDesktop is a Personal Financial Management tool that is available at no cost to you!

To access this tool, log in to your Online Banking Login as usual and click on the tab across the top that says MoneyDesktop. From there you will be able to categorize spending, budget money, learn how to pay off debt faster, and much more. Balances from other accounts, loans, credit cards, etc. may be pulled in from different financials, companies, and stores as well, creating one financial hub of you. Check out MoneyDesktop today!

Remember, in order to access MoneyDesktop, you must be signed up for Online Banking first! If you need help with this, please do not hesitate to call us at 715 261-7680.

Welcome to Marathon County Employees Credit Union!

We are dedicated to providing our members sound and dependable financial service. We strive to meet our members changing financial needs. Our members will receive fair and competitive rates, while we maintain the financial stability of the credit union. We are a not-for-profit financial cooperative - any income made from loans is returned to our members in the form of higher dividends, lower loan rates and expanded services. We do not divert income to stockholders. Members make the difference at MCECU!

Kathy's Tip

Kathy Fraud Alert


If you receive a phone call from either:

     1.866.508.2693     Fraud Service Center for Shazam Master Card Debit Card.      1.800.600.5249     Fraud Service Center for Visa Credit Cards

These calls are legitimate. They will not ask for personal information. They will inquire on recent activity on your credit or debit card. Please talk to them so if the transactions are not yours, they can be stopped. Help us stop fraud. If you have recently changed phone numbers, please let us know.

You are such an important part of the success of this Credit Union!

Debit Chip Cards

New Chip Debit Card!

June 8th we moved our Debit Cards to the SHAZAM Network.

Same great debit card features but with added security against fraud.

Another added feature is SHAZAM BOLT$
Learn More...

Chip cards are the new security standard worldwide, and we're proud to offer them to YOU! Please contact Kathy with any questions you may have.

Phone: 715 261-7687 or Email:

We appreciate your membership!

Alliance One


Apply for a loan from your smartphone


Mobile Banking

"I love MCECU's Bill Pay. It is safe, secure and with it I never forget to pay a bill. It sends me emails before my bills come due. And best of all, I set up my bills to drop right in to the Bill Pay site. I go there to pay WPS, Citibank and Discover, etc.". It saves me a lot of time. Thank you for offering this great service."

- MCECU Member

Click here to see what Bill Pay is all about.


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Website Accessibility Statement

Date: November 22, 2017


MCECU is committed to facilitating the accessibility and usability of its Web site, MCECU.ORG, for all people with disabilities. We are working on further implementing over time the relevant portions of the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0. Please be aware that our efforts are ongoing. If, at any time, you have specific questions or concerns about the accessibility of any particular Web page, please contact us at 715 261-7689. If you do encounter an accessibility issue, please be sure to specify the Web page and we will make all reasonable efforts to make that page accessible for you.