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First Class Community Credit Union

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303 Euclid Ave, Des Moines, IA 50313

(515) 224-4300

Today: 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
Tomorrow: 8:30 am - 5:30 pm
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General Info
First Class Credit Union is a nonprofit financial institution that was founded in 1925 to serve postal employees and their families, as well as small employee groups. The credit union offers savings, checking and individual retirement accounts, loan options and certificates of deposit, as well as statement information and teller services. It offers fixed home equity, home, auto and closed-end loans, as well as open-end and home equity lines of credit. The credit union s automated audio response service allows its customers to access their accounts through phone lines It is a full-service institution that has branches in Des Moines, Sioux City and West Des Moines, Iowa. It sponsors national disc golf tournaments and supports various nonprofit initiatives, including CHARACTER COUNTS! program and Children's Miracle Network.
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Phone: (515) 537-8268

Highland Park
Credit Unions, Banks, Loans
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Specialties: Houses, Homes


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Tam N.



Mistakes, mistakes and more mistakes. In person they are very nice and helpful but after hours issues, fraud issues and technical issues don't look for great service. They try really hard but never quite fix the problem at hand and financial service and fraud department reps are hit or miss on rudeness. No atm's and only two branches that don't have any early or late hours. Too many issues for me to waste my time or money fixing they're issues.