To open an account with MidFlorida Federal Credit Union, go to MidFlorida.com and click the Open Account button. You must worship, work or attend school in the service area to become a member. Click on the List of Communities link to verify your geographic eligibility. Lastly, if you are eligible to open an account, click the Branch link and visit the office nearest you.
Opening a new account with MidFlorida requires a $5 minimum cash deposit and state or government issued identification. Additionally, you must meet the age and credit requirements. In some cases, a co-signer may be required to open a new checking or savings account. To locate a branch, enter your city or ZIP code in the search field located in the upper center portion of the Open Account page.
MidFlorida Credit Union is a not-for-profit credit union based in Lakeland, Florida. As a federally insured state-charged credit union, the National Credit Union Administration regulates the organization. The company was founded in 1954 and has 37 branch locations, as of 2015. MidFlorida Credit Union has lower loan rates, lower fees, and higher rates on deposits than other financial institutions due to its tax-exempt status, according to the company.