Oklahoma’s Credit Union

Credit Union Is Horrible

Oklahoma’s Credit Union Is Horrible. Their staff is very young and inexperienced. (Look at their social networking if you’d like to have a taste.)

They have a hard time understanding even the most fundamentals of business.

These are hourly workers with no good supervision.

A majority of them do not have a background in finance or even hours in college.

It’s almost like walking into a life class in a high school — on a “professional” day.

Everyone is wearing their business clothes, trying to act like adults but are too involved in their phones or friends (i.e., co-workers) to act like adults.

Rarely have I encountered unprofessional behavior of this level in a financial institution.

I have pulled all of my accounts and, thankfully, have moved to another institution. (BTW, my review has to do with the 119th Street location.)

Is Oklahoma’s Credit Union legit?
Oklahoma’s Credit Union is not a legit business owner or provider. They are not aggressive towards their customer satisfaction and complaint grievance, and hence 4 consumer(s) was/were given a Oklahoma’s Credit Union as a negative rating, and only a few left positive feedbacks.
Where is Oklahoma’s Credit Union located?
Oklahoma’s Credit Union is headquarted at 3001 N Lincoln Blvd Oklahoma City, OK 73105. We do not have any affiliation with the better business bureau or yelp reviews platform. You can contact Oklahoma’s Credit Union by dialing (405) 606-6528 or visit their website okcu.org.
How much monetary loss is incurred by Oklahoma’s Credit Union’s customers?
According to the reviews posted by Oklahoma’s Credit Union’s customers, US $3210 was the total loss incurred, and hence the severity of the scam is high.

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4 Reviews on Oklahoma’s Credit Union

  1. He walked me through the process that would be going on and I like that!

    I called yesterday to see about refinancing my vehicle to get a lower interest rate. At first, I was told that it was a little higher than what they were allowed to do, BUT because of my credit and that I have used them before with a previous car, they could work something out that benefited me financially.

    Zack S. was awesome, and they also got me a lower interest rate for the loan I had at another place, and both payments dropped! He walked me through the process that would be going on, and I liked that! I definitely recommend doing any kind of business with them!! They will do you right.

  2. communication was poor and I was put me in an awkward.

    My first experience getting an auto loan went very well. However, the second time around was frustrating. My representative went through my pre-approval terms before finding a car, but the terms changed drastically when I showed up with the seller, the terms changed drastically.

    I was not informed about the new terms before arriving at the branch and was surprised by all the changes. Without getting the auto loan, I would have walked out without getting the auto loan if the buyer had not driven over an hour to complete the transaction. In summary, communication was poor, and I have put myself in an awkward.

  3. Scammer

    I was a member for 4 years and then, unfortunately, became unemployed. I did the responsible thing and closed my account, and left in good standing even though I was treated extremely poorly and talk to deplorably when.

    I closed my account, and now I am we employed and attempted to reopen my account and was told When I closed my account that I was welcome back anytime, and they just denied me membership, so they are not loyal stay away from this Credit Union.

  4. Horrible credit union.

    Horrible credit union. Their staff is very young and inexperienced. (Look at their social networking if you’d like to have a taste.) They have a hard time understanding the even the most fundamentals of business. These are hourly workers with no good supervision.

    A majority of them do not have a background in finance or even hours in college. It’s almost like walking into a life class in a high school — on a “professional” day.

    Everyone is wearing their business clothes, trying to act like adults but are too involved in their phones or friends (i.e., co-workers) to act like adults. Rarely have I encountered unprofessional behavior of this level in a financial institution.

    I have pulled all of my accounts and, thankfully, have moved to another institution. (BTW, my review has to do with the 119th Street location.)

Reviews:4
Reported Loss :3210 $
Severity of Scam :High
Reported by : Anonymous
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