Mountain America Credit Union Beefing Up Security

May 21, 2010 Updated: October 1, 2015

The Mountain America Credit Union is working with Memento Inc. to give their customers the highest grade of security for safe digital banking. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
The Mountain America Credit Union is working with Memento Inc. to give their customers the highest grade of security for safe digital banking. (Daniel Berehulak/Getty Images)
Mountain America Credit Union is attracting attention after a recent merger, and new security features that will allow bankers more flexibility in a money market full of misleading loans and identity theft.

The Mountain America Credit Union is working with Memento Inc. to give their customers access to some of the highest grade security features available for safe digital banking. Memento Security™ created by Memento Inc. will give bankers peace of mind when transferring money or engaging in investments, reported 12 News.

After a merging with a 1.8-million-dollar banking institution from Salt Lake City known as IFA, Mountain America Credit Union recently increased its capabilities to do business. The 410 bank members were rolled into the 341,000 clients from Mountain America Credit Union. The conglomerate business will now host 65 locations in four states, reported Deseret News.

Mountain America Credit Union has been specializing in business banking in Utah, and has seen growing success. The credit union has been taking business earnings and bringing in business loans for companies in need of expansion. The business has been in operation since 1934 and is making steady strides to stay current with the world of banking technology, reported entertainmentandshowbiz.com.