Midwest Members


101 Wesley Drive
Wood River, IL 62095
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Notable Rates APY Vs.Others
Savings N.A. 0.85% →
1-Year CD N.A. 0.70% →
2-Year CD N.A. 0.75% →
5-Year CD N.A. 1.15% →
30-Year Mortgage N.A. 2.72% →
15-Year Mortgage N.A. 2.36% →
HELOC N.A. 2.79% →

2021 Overview

General Credit Union Information

Midwest Members is an NCUA insured institution located in Wood River, IL. It was founded in 1935 and has approximately $118.66 millions in assets.

NCUA Insured Yes / Federally Chartered
Charter Number # # 91
Date Established 1935
Assets $118.66 million
Loans $97.38 million
Deposits $108.50 million
Capital $10.73 million

Field of Membership Restrictions

Membership is open to those who live, worship, work or attend school in Madison County Illinois.

Deposit Rates - September 19, 2021

Your Current Location: Connecticut, CT 06828

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Loan Rates - September 19, 2021

Your Current Location: Connecticut, CT 06828

There are currently no loan rates available for MIDWEST MEMBERS

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Financial Details

Midwest Members Ratio Analysis

The following ratios and data are available to help you better understand the financial condition of Midwest Members. The data is provided by the NCUA. All credit unions on BestCashCow, except those specified as not NCUA-insured in the overview section above, are NCUA-insured. Depositors should be careful to remain within NCUA insurance limits.

Texas Ratio
Midwest Members U.S. Average
2.27% 4.38

The Texas Ratio compares the amount of loans at risk and assets repossessed with the amount a credit union has on hand to cover any losses. The closer the Texas Ratio is to 1-to-1 or 100%, the less capital and reserves a credit union has to absorb its loan losses.

As of March 31, 2021, Midwest Members had $249,601 in non-current loans and $0 in owned assets. To cover these potential losses it had $10,725,644 in net worth and $286,703 in loans loss reserves. That gives it a Texas Ratio of 2.27%.

Net Worth
Midwest Members U.S. Average
9.51% 12.20%

Midwest Members FCU has a net worth of 9.51% versus the BestCashCow average of 12.20. Net worth measures how much total assets exceed total liabilities. The higher the net worth number the more secure a credit union is considered.

Frequently Asked Questions About Midwest Members

Branches and Savings

What is Midwest Members?

A federal credit union, registered with the NCUA under certificate #91.
Learn more about credit unions here.

Is Midwest Members FDIC insured?

No, credit unions are not insured by the FDIC. Most, but not all, are insured by the National Credit Union Administration. The insurance provisions of the NCUA are similar to, but not identical to, FDIC insurance. Midwest Members is insured by the NCUA.

Who can join Midwest Members?

Please see Field of Membership information above for information on who is eligible to join.

What are Midwest Members's share account and share certificate rates?

Midwest Members's deposit account rates are listed above.
You may find better online savings rates here or better local savings rates at banks or credit unions. Tables with the best CD rates are here.

How big is Midwest Members?

Midwest Members has total capital of $10.73 million. Full information on Midwest Members's financial position is located above.

Who owns Midwest Members?

Credit Unions are owned by their members.

Where are Midwest Members branches located?

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What Products Does Midwest Members Offer

Does Midwest Members offer mortgages?

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Does Midwest Members offer home equity lines of credit and home equity loans?

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Does Midwest Members offer auto and RV loans?

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Customer Reviews for Midwest Members

  • May 4, 2018 |

    I opened an account about 1.5 years ago and the employees have always been nice and never had an issue with any teller saying they will put a hold on my deposit or being rude in any way shape or form. But....

    I debated putting this up and switching banks for the last week and a half. I'm disabled and need a local bank yet my husband is not disabled and this credit union is too small to handle all of our personal and business accounts. We looked into giving all of our business to Midwest Members Credit Union but they just can't handle what we need, so I opened up an account to where my direct deposit goes in Midwest Members which the Maryville location is within driving distance of home to do small, personal business. When I drove to Wood River, IL the other day to make a deposit is when I decided that the manager has done more damage than can be rectified.

    I had my husbands personal check for $350 or so (his name is on the account). The manager of the location stated she was going to place a hold on my deposit. When I asked why, she said it was because she has authorization to do so and she can do whatever she wants. She said, us as tellers are responsible if a check was to come back. When I mentioned I had direct deposit and asked to speak with a teller I'm used to working with, she became worse..."I'm above her, she is just a teller." Really? No team member should think they are above anyone-if the toilet needs clean, clean it, even if your name is on the building! A manager shouldn't ever think they are better than their employees or customers and shouldn't act in such a way ever! I was disgusted in how her customer service is so rude and belittling. One of the worst resting b.... faces I've ever seen for no reason except she must of been having a bad day and decided to pay it forward to customers. She did end up putting in the deposit and said I didn't see you had direct deposit but it was after much rude interruption to me trying to talk...she wanted to run the show and her way was the only way. So why make decisions without looking at the account? Why be so rude? Is it because the person I had with me was in PJ pants? Did I not look right? Why when there is 1.5 years of history on my account and after looking into the account, there is suddenly no issues.

    When I opened the account and added direct deposit, I was told I should not have an issue with using the account unless the check being deposited is a large amount. I have deposited checks for over $2,000 that looked shady (a check that came in the mail and who knows if the company is legit-I expected a hold, yet no issues.)

    I will be closing my account and moving banks. What a shame that your manager can be this rude and have such an effect on customers.

    Rude management will not get you anywhere. See ya, my business doesn't belong with you! It will be a pain, but I will switch to another local bank in the coming month as I switch direct deposit and direct withdrawals to close the account. My car is with this bank, but this will be the last one and I am frankly upset enough to look into paying $1500 to refinance the loan just so I don't have to deal with this bank ever again.

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