Scam alert: Reports show an increase in unemployment frauds and scams. If you’re filing for state unemployment or any government assistance, do not share your personal information until you make sure you’re only dealing with official state representatives. Remember most organizations—including iQ—will not call you to ask for personal information.

TAKING CARE OF YOUR BANKING NEEDS

Our goal is to continue to provide you with the down-to-earth, excellent iQ service you have come to know.

    • 6/24/20 update: All lobbies are now open. All branches will adhere to social distancing guidelines when open. Masks are required. Please limit your party to a maximum of two. Plaid floor dots will indicate where you should wait for assistance.  

    • All teller transactions may also be conducted at one of our nine drive-up locations. Please bring your photo ID. Read this note from our CEO about this change. 
    • We encourage members to use alternative banking options—such as our Digital Branch or Member Contact Center—whenever possible.  

    • Deposits can be placed in the night drop boxes or made at one of our ATMs. You can also deposit checks using your cell phone through our Digital Branch. 

    • While all of our branch lobbies are now open, you can still open a new account or apply for a loan online or log into your online banking profile. Home loan applications or refinances are also available online. Our Investment & Retirement Services advisers and insureQ representatives all look forward to seeing you. Drop ins and appointments are welcome. To ensure availability, you can make an appointment here.

    • Savings accounts have a limitation of six electronic/remote transfers per month. During these unprecedented circumstances, the government has granted financial institutions the temporary ability to work around these limitations to facilitate easier access to your funds. If you need to transfer funds from your savings to your checking and run into any issues doing so, please contact us at 800.247.4364 so we can help.

       

    In addition, if you or your employment are impacted by COVID-19 and are in need of financial assistance, please reach out—we have options to support you, including skip pays, mortgage payment assistance, and a low-interest Emergency Relief Loan¹.  Please reach out by phone or the form at the bottom of this page.

We will be posting updates here and to our social media channels as new information becomes available. The links to our channels are below:

ALTERNATIVE BANKING OPTIONS

Our new online banking experience
  • Many self-service options from home
  • Deposit checks remotely using your phone
  • Check your balances and view transactions
  • Make loan payments
  • Pay bills online
  • Apply for new accounts or loans  

And more 


Go To Digital Branch <https://www.iqcu.com/digital-branch>

If you need an ATM, iQ is a member of the credit union CO-OP, which offers nearly 30,000 ATMs and 5,000 shared branches nationwide. That means you can always access your money without ATM fees or a surcharge.

ATMs and Co-op Locator: https://co-opcreditunions.org/locator/

Support Hours

Mon-Fri
8AM-6PM
Saturday
9:30AM-2PM
Sundays
closed

800.247.4364

 

360.695.3441

  • Check your balances
  • Transfer money
  • Deposit checks right from your phone

Click below to download our mobile app:

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BRANCH LOCATIONS

Stay up to date with retail branch availability.

Updated 5/28/20

Additional social distancing measures are in place. Masks are required. Please limit your party to a maximum of two people. "Plaid dots" will indicate where you should wait to ensure proper distancing.

All branches are now open and we will adhere to social distancing guidelines. Please call 800.247.4364 with any questions.

 

192nd Branch

Lobby and Drive-up OPEN

Battle Ground Branch

Lobby and Drive-up OPEN

Camas Branch

Lobby OPEN

Cascade Branch

Lobby and Drive-up OPEN

Clark College Branch - Gaiser Hall

CLOSED

Downtown Branch

Lobby OPEN

Fisher's Landing Branch

Lobby and Drive-up OPEN

Hazel Dell Branch

Lobby OPEN

Ridgefield Branch

Lobby OPEN

Salmon Creek Branch

Lobby and Drive-up OPEN

Sifton Branch

Lobby and Drive-up OPEN

St. Johns Branch

Lobby OPEN

Stevenson Branch

Lobby and Drive-up OPEN

Vancouver Mall Branch

Lobby and Drive-up OPEN

Washougal Branch

Lobby and Drive-up OPEN

Williams Branch

Lobby OPEN

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PROMOTING YOUR HEALTH & SAFETY

Nothing is more important.

iQ is following all of the CDC guidelines  for social distancing and cleanliness in the workplace, which benefits our members and employees. We have increased the frequency of cleaning and disinfecting inside our branches and on our ATMs. Our staff have received extra disinfecting supplies and are encouraged to use them frequently as well. 

We have separated work spaces for individuals and teams who must remain at our branches or support locations, and much of our team is working remotely to support stay at home instructions. 

A SECURE PLACE TO SAVE

iQ Credit Union is financially sound and secure.

The NCUA federally insures all iQ Credit Union deposit accounts (ie, checking, money market, certificate of deposit, and savings) up to $250,000. That means your accounts are protected and still earning dividends, despite any volatility in the stock market. Your money is safe and accessible to you. 

Learn More About NCUA Account Insurance

BE A FRAUD FIGHTER

As a reminder, iQ will never ask you to provide private, secure information through email, social media, or a phone call unless you initiated the request with us. 

As a reminder, iQ will never ask you to provide private, secure information through email, social media, or a phone call unless you initiated the request with us.

In times of concern, it’s important to keep an eye out for scams taking advantage of uncertainty. Now is the time to be mindful of your private information and whom you share it with. We are here to help you, and we provide free identity theft protection on all primary checking account owners. The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has resources available on the fraudulent activity being observed due to the coronavirus. You can learn more at the FTC website.

Current scams to watch out for:

5/20/20 - Reports show an increase in unemployment frauds and scams. If you’re filing for state unemployment services or any government assistance, do not give your personal information away until you make sure you’re only dealing with official state representatives.

Other types of scams increasing in frequency right now:

Job offer Scam – When the company is asking you to pay money or provide your debit card before you get started or to get your resume first.

Selling items online – When the buyer overpays you and ask you to send some money back.

Inheritance or prize Scam – When someone is asking you to pay money to receive your money.

Debit Card Scam—When someone is asking to use your debit card and promising you cash in return or money back later.

Money Mule—Is someone asking you to receive money for a third party and then transfer to someone else.

Unemployment Claims – contact from Employment Security Dept, although you have not filed an unemployment claim

If you’ve accidentally donated to a potential scammer, call us at 360.695.3441 so we can take the necessary steps to prevent any fraud on your account(s).

Here are some tips on how to protect yourself online:

1. Never give you card or account information to a stranger via email, mobile, or social media.

2. Be aware of what you click on in emails, or what you open from unknown emails or attachments.

3. Pay attention to the links in a social media post. Avoid clicking links from unknown accounts.

3. Think twice about sharing personal information and passwords.

4. Remember to keep your phone and computer up-to-date on all programs and apps you use.

5. Think twice about any money transactions and always double-check who is making the request!

Here are some additional resources for good online safety:

Must-Know Info on Scammers (blog)

How to Stay Clear of Online Banking Scams (Blog) 

Bank Account Safety Tips to Prevent Online Fraud (Blog) 

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

If you or your employment are impacted by COVID-19 and are in need of financial assistance, please reach out.

We have options to support you, including skip pays, mortgage payment assistance and a low-interest Emergency Relief Loan.1


Click here for more information on how we can assist you.

Phone Number

For mortgage-related assistance, please call:

877.725.8877

For other assistance inquiries, please call: 

800.247.4364

COVID-19

1Skip/deferred payments will continue to accrue interest during the month(s) in which the payment was skipped. Normal payments will resume after the skip payment period is over unless otherwise stated. If you have GAP or other insurance coverage related to your loan, consult your policy documents prior to skipping a payment as doing so might impact your coverage. Terms and conditions subject to change  at any time without notice.