ACCOUNTS
OFCCU offers a variety of Savings options:

 

Share Savings Accounts - your membership account
Share Term Certificates
Christmas and Travel Club Accounts
Put all the pieces together
with OFCCU services.
For complete details, click here.
Share Draft Checking:
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This account offers value and convenience. Combine it with our ATM/Debit card. Details here.
Club Accounts:

m Our Christmas Club and Travel Club Accounts enable you to have the money you need when you need it. Details here.


Once A Member - Always A Member!
When you open an account at OFCCU, you qualified for membership in any one of various ways.
Please remember that no matter what happens after that, you can still be an OFCCU member.
Whether you retire, change jobs, move out of state or are laid off, we want to continue to be your credit union.
And in these uncertain economic times, if you are laid off, your unemployment checks can be Direct Deposited into your OFCCU Accounts.
We remain dedicated to providing you with a lifetime of financial services, so don't ever hesitate to contact us
to discuss how we can help you achieve your financial goals.

Be Careful! Identity Thieves Are Everywhere!
Identity theft occurs when someone uses your personal information, such as your name, Social Security number, credit card number, or other identifying information, without your permission to commit fraud or other crimes.
Identity theft is a serious and growing crime. People whose identities have been stolen may spend months or years and a lot of money cleaning up the mess, clearing their good names and credit records.
In addition, victims could lose job opportunities; be refused credit, education, or housing; and even be arrested for crimes they didn't commit.
Be careful online: Phishing is online identity theft. Do not release personal information online unless you positively know who you are giving it to. Also, OFCCU will never call, write, or e-mail you for account verification.
If you think your identity has been stolen, here's what to do:
Contact the fraud department of one of the three major credit bureaus to place a fraud alert on your credit file.
Close the accounts that you know or believe have been tampered with or opened fraudulently.
File a police report. Get a copy of the report to submit to your creditors and others who may require proof of the crime.
File your complaint with the Federal Trade Commission (FTC):

Visit www.consumer.gov/idtheft for info & a complaint form.
Call 1-877-IDTHEFT & speak to a trained counselor.

In this world of easy information exchange, you must be protective of your information. Please take steps to prevent becoming a victim.

US Patriot Act requires Identity Verification on all new accounts.

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