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PO Box 525
Oshtemo, MI 49077-0525


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Keep More of Your Money with Simple Checking


At Consumers Credit Union, you’ll save money with a Simple Checking account featuring:

Instant issue means you can take home your debit card as soon as you open your account. You don’t have to wait for your card to come in the mail—it’s conveniently available to use right away.


Enhanced Transfers!

You’ll also enjoy easy online access to your account 24 hours a day with eBanking options including Online Banking, VoiceAccess telephone banking, and mobile banking. You can check balances, make transfers, pay bills, and manage your accounts anytime, at your convenience.


With Simple Checking, you’ll also receive 24–hour access to your accounts via the CO–OP ATM Network with 30,000 free locations nationwide and more than 200 in West Michigan alone.


Sign up for Simple Checking today by calling 800.991.2221 or visiting any office. You’ll love unlimited check writing and access to 30,000 free ATMs! Consumers ClickSWTICH makes it easy to switch your accounts over — we do all of the work!


Traveling internationally? Click here to read our blog post and plan ahead to use your debit and credit cards.


To change your debit card pin


Follow the prompts. You'll be asked to enter your card information. If you are not calling from the phone number associated with your account, you will also be asked to verify your identity and phone number. Once your PIN is changed, it can be used immediately.



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