What’s New

We’re Making Miracles on International Credit Union Day, Oct. 20

Stop in our office to help celebrate

This International Credit Union Day, we are celebrating the credit union difference by making a difference in our local community. On October 20, we’ll make a donation to our local Children’s Miracle Network Hospital on behalf of our cardholders.  You can also help by sharing your story on social media! Throughout the month of October, share why you love your credit union on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter using #ShopforMiracles. CO-OP® ATMs will donate $1 per post up to $100,000 to Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals.  (Locally Doernbecher Children’s Hospital)

Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals provide 32 million treatments each year to kids across North America. These hospitals rely on community support – from people like you – to fund critical treatments, equipment, research and charitable care. Donations from Credit Unions for Kids stay in the community to benefit local children.   Together we can make miracles for local kids!


New Fraud Prevention Automation Service 

In our continuing efforts to keep your accounts secure, we’ve improved our alert system for potential fraud connected to our Debit Cards.

Here’s how it works:

  1. When potential fraud is detected, you will receive an automatic email notification from IBEW & United Workers FCU, with the option to reply with “fraud” or “no fraud.”
  2. One minute after the email, you will receive a text alert from 32874 between 7am and 9pm, which also has the “fraud” or “no fraud” option.
  3. If there is no response received from you, five minutes after the text alert, you will receive automatic phone calls to confirm or deny fraud. Remember: our messages will never ask for your PIN or account number.
  4. IMPORTANT: The phone number for our Debit Card Fraud Center has changed to 1-800-417-4592. If you add this number to your phone contacts and label it “Fraud Center”, it will display whenever you get a call or text from this number.    (See current fraud numbers listed below.

Also, you can save 10% on insurance with Liberty Mutual Insurance (our business partner)


If you are experiencing problems with your Debit or Visa card during weekday business hours; please call the Credit Union Direct at 503-253-8193.  If you experience issues after hours or to report your card lost/stolen, please call:

Debit Card Lost/Stolen    800-682-6075

Credit Card Lost/Stolen 800-325-3678

Credit Card After Hours Customer Service 800-237-6211


NEW low, low rates for Auto Financing - see our rates page!!!!!


It’s Me 247 is our electronic Home Banking solution.  Please sign up for E-statements, E-notices and E-alerts.  If you have any issues, please contact our member services team at ext 300.

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Great Auto Deals - Rates as low as 4.49% APR - click here


 Our relationship with Credit Union Direct Lending (CUDL) allows you the ease of completing our paperwork while you’re at the dealership.  Drive home a new car today!!

Liberty Mutual Insurance Program

IBEW United Workers Partners with Liberty Mutual  

Exclusively for credit union members like you, Liberty Mutual provides affordable top-quality protection. You could enjoy discounted rates combined with online convenience and 24/7 claims service.


Sweet Deals on Homes & Autos

2015 Chevy Tahoe loaded with extra’s – call Katie at the credit union 503-262-5315 or Rob 503-262-5316.

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Internet Banking: Our Internet Banking is available to members at no cost, just click the link in the upper right hand corner of this or any page.

On-Line Bill Payment Service: Our On-Line Bill Payment Services are available if you have your checking account with us. The link in the upper right hand corner of this or any page will lead you through registration and set-up. Please contact Member Services if you have questions.

Automated Clearing House (ACH): ACH refers to a nationwide standard that financial institutions use to transfer funds and information electronically between financial institutions. ACH is often used for payroll deduction deposits.

ACH Origination: ACH origination is similar to ACH above only it is initiated by the member directly with the financial institution. ACH origination enables members to make deposits and withdrawals from their account with the Credit Union or at another financial institution. Members can choose to have transfers done monthly, biweekly, or weekly without the burden of remembering to write and mail off a check. Members also have the option of initiating a one-time transfer if needed.

Payroll Deduction: Payroll deduction is set up under an agreement with an employer and the Credit Union. Currently there are many companies offering this service to their employees. Payroll deduction allows an employee to specify a deduction amount each pay period that the employer then sends to the Credit Union. Payroll deduction remains in effect until changed by the employee or when employment ceases.

Net Check: Similar to payroll deduction, net check instructs the employer to deposit the employees entire paycheck to their savings or checking account automatically.

Direct Deposit: Direct deposit allows a member to have a government check deposited directly into their savings or checking account. Direct deposit is a valuable, time saving service for many retirees. Direct deposit includes but is not limited to: Social Security benefits, Veterans Affairs payments, pension payments and any branch of the U.S. Armed Forces.

Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT): EFT is a term used whenever money is transferred electronically. So whether it’s our Liberty Line 24-hour Telephone Teller, an ATM, bank wire transfer or ACH payroll deduction, EFT is an umbrella term used for electronic movement of money. Below are listed current EFT services offered by IBEW & United Workers FCU.