Serving all who live, work, worship or attend school in beautiful Wayne County, Ohio.

I've heard good things about credit unions. But don't you have to work somewhere first? Is there a secret handshake or something? 

Yes there are many great things about credit unions, and to answer your questions, No. Most everyone has access to a credit union. The Ohio and U.S. governments understand how credit unions provide value and competition for financial services, so they have made credit union services more widely available. This credit union, Wayne County Community Federal Credit Union, can serve and welcome anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in Wayne County, in northeast central Ohio. A regular Account Membership is free, and we requires only a $25 initial deposit (it stays your money in your account)  to open your savings and checking account.  

The Piggy Bank Club Account (16 and under)

Piggy Bank Accounts are free and can be opened with a minimum of $10. Each time the child makes a deposit on the account they get to pick from an assortment of prizes. The Piggy Bank Club has special privileges such as birthday gifts, special events and other fun designed to encourage kids to get into the habit of saving, and keep saving for their lifetime. 

For more information about becoming a member, please E-Mail info@wccfcu.com. 

 

Thanksgiving Hours:
Our offices will be closed on Thursday November 27 for the federal Thanksgiving Holiday.

Friday November 28 - "Black Friday": 
Smithville Office will be open regular hours from 9am-5pm for lobby and drive thru.
Orrville Office lobby will be open 9am-12noon, and drive-thru open 9am-5pm.
Join us Friday evening in the lobby for the Home for the Holidays celebration in downtown Orrville. 

Saturday November 29:
Regular hours for both offices: Smithville's drive-thru from 9am-1pm, and Orrville's lobby & drive-thru from 9-1.

 
 How Your Credit Union Helps Locally...
Think it doesn't matter that you bank locally? Think those big corporate banks invest back into the community? This short YouTube video shows the difference joining a credit union makes here in Smithville, Orrville and in Wayne County. 

From the Office of the Ohio Consumers' Counsel for the State of Ohio...
Tips to end telemarketing calls
Tip #1: Simply telling the caller that you are not interested should be enough. You can always say “I’m terminating this call” and hang up the telephone.Tip #2: Be sure to tell the caller to place your name and number on the company’s internal Do-Not-Call list and be sure to sign up on the national Do-Not-Call registry. Also, contact your local telephone company and ask to have your name removed from their “selling” list.Tip #3: Add the statement “Telemarketers need not call back” to the recorded message on your voicemail or answering machine.Tip #4: Do not include your telephone number on the outgoing message of your voicemail or answering machine. Tip #5: Read entry forms for contests and other prize giveaways that require your telephone number to make sure that, by completing the entry form, you are not giving the sponsor permission to call you or provide your telephone number to others for telemarketing purposes.

Tips to prevent telemarketing fraud
If you choose to engage in a conversation with a telemarketer to learn more about the goods or services being offered, be sure to protectyourself against telephone fraud. The following suggestions may help you to avoid telephone fraud:Tip #1: Do not rush. Allow yourself enough time to ask questions. Ask the company to send written information on the proposed product, service or charity before committing yourself.Tip #2: Get the name, address and telephone number of the company and check out its credentials with your local consumer protection office. You can also contact The National Fraud Information Center at 1-800-876-7060 to discuss the offer with a trained professional.Tip #3: Never send money (cash, check or money order) to anyone who requires an immediate payment. Do not give out financial information such as your bank account or credit card numbers or personal information such as your social security number.Tip #4: Remember that if you are offered a prize, you should not be asked to pay for it.For a printout of these and other tips, go to this link: http://www.occ.ohio.gov/publications/telecom/Do_Not_Call_National_and_State_Protection_for_Ohioans.pdf

Locations & Hours:311 Kaufman Drive in Smithville, Ohio | Monday thru Friday: 9:00am to 5:00pm. Saturdays: 9:00am to 1:00pm for Drive-thru only | just off St. Rt. 585 at the police station, near the Wayne County Schools Career Center100 West Market Street in downtown Orrville, Ohio | Monday thru Friday: 9:00am to 5:00pm. Saturdays: 9:00am to 1:00pm for Lobby & Drive-thru | Downtown on State Route 57/Main St. at Market St., formerly Seifried's Pharmacy

This is not the website for Wood County Community Federal Credit Union of Parkersburg, WV

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