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FAQ

What is a credit union?
A Credit Union is cooperative, nonprofit corporation, incorporated to encourage thrift among its members and create a source of credit at a fair and reasonable cost.

How do I join Winnebago Community Credit Union?
You can join Winnebago Community Credit Union if you live or work in Winnebago, Fond du Lac or Outagamie County. You will need to maintain a savings account with a minimum of $5.00. The account needs to remain in good standing as long as you are a member.

Are my accounts insured?
Accounts at Winnebago Community Credit Union are fully insured by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA). All deposit accounts are insured up to $250,000.

How is a credit union different from a bank?
Credit Unions have a board of directors that make decisions for the best interest of the members, whereas a bank has stockholders who make business decisions for the company. The board of directors are not compensated in most cases.

What is Winnebago Community Credit Union’s Routing Number?
The routing number is 275981174. It is the same for all locations and needed along with your account number for direct deposits to your account.

How can I make a deposit after hours?
Each branch has a Night Deposit in the drive thru lane closest to the building. Deposits will be posted the next business day.

Do I need to be a member to cash in coin?
Anyone is welcome to use our coin machines but there is a 5% fee for non-members. There are self-service coin machines located in the lobbies at the Snell and Witzel locations.

Can I get foreign currency from Winnebago Community Credit Union?
Unfortunately, we are not able to perform foreign currency exchange at this time. We do offer VISA travel cards that are very convenient and safe for foreign travel.

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