Omaha Police Federal Credit Union (OPFCU) of Omaha, Nebraska has been operating for more than 56 years, currently from 2 locations. It is a government employee common bond. OPFCU serves law enforcement personnel of Cass, Dodge, Douglas, Lancaster, Sarpy, Saunders, and Washington Counties in Nebraska, as well as Pottawattamie County in Iowa.
Checking services include no cost share drafts, share certificates with low minimum balance requirements, bill pay services and overdraft lines of credit. Debit cards, ATMs with no surcharges and prepaid debit cards are available.
Financial counseling and financial education is offered.
In addition to auto loans and other types of credit, OPFCU can do real estate loans. Employees can help you with check cashing, international remittances and low-cost wire transfers. Omaha Police FCU members may also take advantage of student scholarships.
Business and professional services include indirect business loans, mortgage processing and the credit union is an approved mortgage seller. Individuals with other financial, savings, and investment needs will be pleased to find individual development accounts that are offered.
The "virtual branch office" can be accessed via web based banking, phone based audio response and smartphone. Online features make it possible to file membership applications, apply for a loan, inquire into your account, order checks, open a new share account, manage loan payments, view transactions, make share account transfers, do automatic bill payments, download your account history, get e-Statements and make deposits remotely.
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