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1925 W. Happy Valley Rd
Phoenix, AZ 85085

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Before requesting a meeting, please follow these guidelines to make it a quick and safe visit:

Use the drive-up for the following transactions:

  • Check deposit
  • Cash deposit
  • Cash withdrawal
  • Loan payments with check or cash
  • Account transfers

Drive-up visits do not require an appointment.

Request an appointment for these transactions:

  • Cashier's checks
  • Coinstar
  • Instant issue debit card
  • Visa cash advance
  • Open a new checking/savings account (or open your account online!)

Be sure to bring the following items so we can serve you faster:

  • Valid form of ID
  • OneAZ issued debit or credit card
  • A completed transaction slip

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