Credit Unions in Fort Wayne, IN

Fire Police City County FCU
Fire Police City County FCU
Fire Police City County FCUOur Credit Union was established in 1933, in the heart of the Great Depression, by fire fighters at Station #3, now the Fort Wayne Firefighters Museum. Mr. C. E. Oldham, a credit union pioneer from Indianapolis explained the workings of a credit union. After many questions, the fire fighters requested
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Itt Employee Federal Cu
Itt Employee Federal Cu
Itt Employee Federal CuThe Federal Credit Union Act authorizing the organization of Federal Credit Unions was passed in 1934. The goal of credit unions was to supply thrift among their membership and were made up of people with a common bond or common interest who would save their money together and make low interest loans
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Midwest America Federal CU
Midwest America Federal CU
Midwest America Federal CUFIA Card Services is now providing several No Fee, Same Day Payment Posting options to its MidWest America Visa & American Express cardholders, and as a result will no longer be accepting in-branch payments as of April 15, 2010. These options are: pay-by- phone, online payments, online direct debit,
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General Credit Union
General Credit Union
General Credit UnionGeneral Credit Union was chartered on April 25, 1960, by the National Credit Union Administration. Established by General Telephone employees, the credit union has reached over $84. 6 million in assets as of May 31, 2009. In addition to employees of GTE (Verizon) the credit union opened its membership
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Pinnacle Credit Union
Pinnacle Credit Union
Pinnacle Credit UnionPinnacle Credit Union has the distinction of being the oldest credit union in Fort Wayne, and the 2nd oldest in the state. It was established by the local postal employees as the Allen County Postal Credit Union. It had its humble beginning in the Postal Office in downtown Fort Wayne, running out of