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Traveling? Let us know.
If you’re making a trip outside the U.S., use the form below to let us know where and when you’re traveling.
Change of Address
Moving? Update your address in online banking. Follow these instructions to change your mailing address.
Lost or Stolen Card
If your card is lost or your card data compromised, we’ll do our best to protect you.
Toll-free Outside the U.S.
Can’t log in? To protect your security, please recover your account access right away.
Here’s a step-by-step tutorial on how to change your online banking password.
An OTP is a confirmation code you that we send you by email or text to authenticate changes to your online banking account, such as a password reset request or an update to your challenge questions. We do this to protect your account. If someone else tries to change your information, but doesn’t have access to the confirmation code, they won’t be able to complete the request.
You can choose how you want to receive your OTPs. Go to Profile » My Account Profile » Security, and select either email or text message. You can also opt to require OTP confirmation whenever you make transfers over a certain amount.
Here’s a step-by-step tutorial on how to find and update your Online Banking Challenge Questions.
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Call us toll-free: 1-800-254-1803
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Toll-free outside the US: 909-941-1398
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Missoula Federal Credit Union
3600 Brooks St
Missoula, MT 59801
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Yes, please. To help prevent fraud on your account, we keep your debit cards blocked by default in many countries. If you’re making a trip to one of these countries, you’ll need to unblock your card before you go in order to use it. Use the form below to let us know where and when you’re traveling, and we’ll take care of it.