Public Service Credit Union was founded in 1932. The credit union is a not-for-profit financial co-operative and is owned and operated by its members. Unlike banks whose profits are returned to its stockholders, a credit union’s profits are returned to members through lower interest loans, higher dividends and free services.
You can become an equal member/owner of Public Service Credit Union by opening a savings account with just $5. Anyone who lives or works in Allen County is eligible to become a member and experience the credit union difference.
In 2013, we helped our members save over $581,290.84 by refinancing their debt from other financial institutions. We can help you save money too! Just give us a call or stop in to one of our branch locations to see how much you could save!