Credit Unions serve Iowans in all 99 counties.
Resources for Consumers
We encourage you to get in touch if you have any questions or need something you can’t find on our website.
Iowa Credit Union Locator
The below map provides the location of the principal offices of all Iowa state-chartered credit unions. The credit union’s name, address, phone number, and web site can be found by clicking a marker. To find the nearest credit union principal office to your location, type your location into the map search bar.
File a Complaint
The Iowa Division of Credit Unions (IDCU) requires all complaints to be written. Our investigation will be completed, as soon as possible, after receiving the details of a complaint. As a part of our investigation, the Auditing Committee and/or other officials of the credit union will be contacted and provided a copy of your complaint form to resolve the matter. Please do not provide any Personally Identifiable Information (PII) in your complaint details.
The IDCU is not authorized to act as a judge or attorney in settling contract disputes. If formal legal proceedings have been initiated against the credit union, the IDCU will not intervene or further pursue the complaint. The division will also decline to pursue the complaint if it has been previously adjudicated.
Please note that the IDCU cannot provide legal advice and our determination in this matter will not limit your ability to pursue a private right of action, if one exists. To determine such rights, you may wish to consult with private legal council.
There are 3 ways to file your complaint with our office:
- Complete the online complaint form on the secure portal site. This requires you to provide an email address.
- Submit a paper complaint form via regular mail. You can request one through the contact us page.
- Email email@example.com with the following information:
- Your general contact information
- Name of the Credit Union
- Description of the complaint
- Desired resolution
An investment in knowledge pays the best interest ~Benjamin Franklin
The IDCU supports the efforts to provide financial wellness tools. The following resources may provide guidance for individuals looking to achieve financial independence and well-being.
- 25 Tips to improve your financial wellbeing
- CFPB consumer tools
- MoneySmart website
- Money as you grow (financial wellness geared toward children)
- Youth.gov resources
- Financial tools (financial calculators, budget worksheets, and planning checklist)
- Iowa Student Loan Student Planning Pointers for Parents