Based in Moline, Illinois, Deere Employees Credit Union serves nearly 40,000 members and has over $998 million in assets. We have branch locations inside various John Deere units throughout the country.
Deere Employees Credit Union serves employees and retirees of Deere & Company and their families; contract employees for John Deere and employees of wholly owned subsidiaries or joint venture of John Deere; employees of John Deere Dealers and their families.
To become a member/owner, simply complete the Online Membership Application. After we have received your application, we will review it for qualification. If qualified to be a member, one of our experienced Member Service Representatives will call you to set up the account in your specifications. You will be required to deposit $25 for your share of membership in the Credit Union. Once you join, you are a member for life. No matter where you live, where you work, or for whom – you can still enjoy the same great benefits and services of Deere Employees Credit Union.
Unlike banks, credit unions are member owned financial cooperatives; so when you join Deere Employees Credit Union, your initial deposit to open a share account establishes your membership and makes you a part-owner. Since there are no outside bank stockholders to satisfy, our credit union passes on the savings to you in the form of competitive rates, fewer service fees and our Owner Participation Account (OPA).
Click here for the Online Membership Application.
Click here to read our 2017 Annual Report.
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