Financial Partners Credit Union Launches Mobile P2P, Addressing Members Ever-Changing Payment Needs

DOWNEY, CA (March 18, 2013) – Spotting tomorrow’s personal payment trends today, Financial Partners Credit Union ($793 million; 50,056 members; Downey, CA) has launched Mobile Person-to-Person (P2P) Payments technology aptly named “Send Money”. Now FPCU members can transmit funds with their smart phones to just about anyone using its Send Money service powered by PayPal.

Hurried members don’t have to write a check, visit a branch, or find an ATM just to get cash to split the lunch tab or pay the paperboy.  All they need is an email address or cell phone number and they can send money to just about anyone without sharing financial information. Funds can be sent to 190 markets and in 25 currencies around the world,

“To stay ahead of the curve in the payments space, and provide our members with greater convenience, we implemented this highly convenient P2P service within the FPCU Mobile Banking app,” says Financial Partners Credit Union President/CEO Nader Moghaddam. “Adding P2P to our robust mobile offering, which already includes Mobile Deposit and Bill Pay, lets our users know we understand the needs of their busy, on-the-go lifestyles. Financial Partners Credit Union’s mobile offering takes a back seat to no one in the market place in serving our growing membership.”

About Financial Partners Credit Union
Based in Downey, Calif., Financial Partners Credit Union is one of Los Angeles area’s largest credit unions with more than $793 million in assets and over 50,000 members. FPCU serves employees and their families within the aviation, aerospace, and health care industries in the Los Angeles area and Orange County, having branches in Brea, Downey, Huntington Beach, Orange, and Woodland Hills. Some of the products/services the credit union provides include online banking and bill pay, mortgage and auto loans, financial planning, insurance, business banking, and reloadable debit cards. FPCU is also first-to-market with its mobile banking and mobile deposit services. For more information, visit

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