OneAZ Credit Union

Security Alert – We have received reports of members receiving text messages and phone calls from someone claiming to be from “OneAZ Fraud Department” asking for their debit card number and expiration date. This is a phishing attempt and a security threat. If you received this text, please delete it. If you responded to the text or call and provided account information, please call the phone number on the back of your debit card, and closely monitor your transactions. Reminder – OneAZ will NEVER call or text you to request your debit card number, expiration date, or other account or personal information.

Banking Resources

Personalized Banking in the Digital Age

What if there was a way to take the good parts from digital banking and combine them with the personalized banking experience in branches in person?

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5 Tips for Getting the Most Out of Your Checking Account

A checking account is more than just a place to store spending money. Did you know a checking account can also be used as a key money management tool?

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Move Your Money: Reasons People Are Moving Their Money From a Bank to a Credit Union

At first glance, banks and credit unions may appear similar but the truth is they are more different than they are alike.

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What is the Difference Between a Credit Union and Bank?

Banks are for-profit, which means banks are either privately owned or publicly traded. Credit unions are not-for-profit institutions and are owned by the members of the credit union.

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Direct Deposit Into a Savings Account vs. Checking

Direct deposit is by far the most painless way to get your paychecks or benefits checks straight into your bank account.

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Glossary of Financial Terms

This A-to-Z glossary is a great start to understanding financial terminology.

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Banking Videos

Visit the OneAZ Credit Union YouTube channel for more videos.

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