This credit union has 3 full time and no part time employees serving 1,830 members, with assets of $15 million, and is located in Abilene, TX.

First Priority CU

First Priority Credit Union, Abilene

 

Address
First Priority Credit Union
3165 S 27th St
Abilene, TX 79605
Phone
(325)692-4089

First Priority Credit Union (FPCU) of Abilene, Texas has been in operation for more than 84 years. It is considered a state-chartered natural person credit union.

Checking services include no cost share drafts, share certificates with low minimum balance requirements and bill pay services. Debit cards and prepaid debit cards are available.

Besides auto loans and other kinds of loans, FPCU can do real estate loans. Convenience services include check cashing, low-cost wire transfers and money orders. First Priority CU members may also benefit from tax refund loans.

People having other financial, savings, and investment needs will want to consider insurance/investment products that are offered.

Available electronic access to FPCU includes Internet account access. Any time, anywhere, you can look at your balance, order share drafts, make loan payments, check previous transactions, transfer money, automate your bill payments and download your account history.

 






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