This virtual workshop is designed to walk you through the new Digital Banking features and set you up for success. You will also have the chance to ask any Digital Banking questions you have. Click the button below to see the dates and times of the workshop.
So the lemonade stand is stretching that poor piggie bank beyond it's limit. Our Future Millionaire Account has enough room for your little ones' expanding entrepreneurial spirit.
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A safe and easy way to build your credit is with a Rewards Credit Card. It’s as simple as making your credit card payments on time every month. Want to set up automatic payments so you never have to worry about if you’re on time or not? Just say the word.
Why do our members love being part of OECU? Find out below.
The savings account with OKCU has encouraged my children to continue to save with OKCU since elementary school. Now they are in college and still keep their savings accounts open with OKCU.
– Evelyn S.
OKCU helped me move funds from my savings account to my daughter's - even when I did not know my account number - to help her with college.
– Susan O.
OKCU helped me start a savings account by the automatic withdrawal from payroll check once a month. I don't even miss the money.
– Mary M.
Starting my savings account at 16 really increased my confidence because I was able to feel like a young, responsible adult.
– Adriana M.
I feel like I am a part of a family with OKCU, as they go above and beyond to make sure I am taken care of.
– Jennifer B.
You just don't get this kind of service from a bank. I know with OKCU, I am not just a number on a page but a person that matters to my OKCU bankers.
– Connie H.