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Where is Desert Financial Credit Union Corporate office Headquarters

Desert Financial Credit Union Headquarters Address and Contact

  • Address: 148 N 48th St
    Phoenix, AZ 85034
    United States
  • Phone Number: +1 602-433-7000
  • Fax Number: 602-634-2993
  • Email: info@desertfinancial.com
  • Number of Employees: 1100
  • Established: 1939
  • Founder: N/A
  • Key People: Jeffrey D. Meshey

Desert Financial Credit Union Headquarters Location & Directions

Desert Financial Credit Union Headquarters Executive Team

Name

Title

Jeffrey D. Meshey

President & CEO

David Strachan

Senior Vice President of Human Resources

Stephen Jordan CFA

Chief Financial Officer

About Desert Financial Credit Union, History and Headquarters Information

Desert Financial was earlier known as Arizona Educational and was incorporated in 1939. It started with a purpose to help the local teachers by providing them the financial needs. In 1972, the credit union widened its focus and rebranded to Desert Schools Credit Union. In 2018, it was renamed to Desert Financial Credit Union.

Desert Financial Credit Union is a federally insured and chartered credit union. It is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona. This company owns and operates 47 branches and service centers spread all over Gila, Maricopa, and Pinal counties in Arizona. Desert Financial currently provides its products and services to approximately 350,000 members.

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  • Marshall says:

    I’m tired of people making decisions not keeping all customers in mind not everybody has to have Apple Pay, tap to pay , you went to the chip and we all gave in now , I went to get a new card because mine is worn out and they’re telling me all you went to now is tap to pay and I lose my card number with new type, so I would have to go and change all the stuff that pays off that card number!!!!!!! it be nice to have a normal card not all tap to pay !!!!! I dont trust some of new tech non contact things nor do alot of customers.

  • Michael Calovich. says:

    I went into the branch office at 59th Ave, and was ask if I wanted to refinance my vehicle, I said ok but call me at 9 am Thursday the 3rd of Feb. So this guy said I get at the bank at 8:30am I told him great. Thursday comes, I work nights and no call and waited till 10:30 am, when I got up this person called at 4:38pm. Well that’s not 9am, I guess he can’t tell time. So I called Friday afternoon and some young lady answers and I told her the situation and then she ask me “Did I miss the Call” now I told this person back 4 days ago I work nights and I ask this lady if it was alright if I got some sleep to go to work. The problem is there attitude regarding the customer. You either want our business or you don’t. I may not have a couple of million in your bank but I’m a customer and been with you all for 8 years, so what is going on with your service.

  • Brandon says:

    This has to be on of the worst “banks” in the world. They steal customers money and they are full of lies!

  • Christi Cross says:

    If I could give them a zero I would. At the end of March my husband and I went in to cash our stimulus check as he has an account there. The banker (NOT the teller) suggested that I open a checking account also. She said that we could do it on the referral program and each collect a $100 bonus after 90 days. So I did. 90 days go by and no bonus. I called and they said that 1- we weren’t enrolled in that program and 2- we aren’t eligible because I put him on as a joint holder and he already had an account so I’m not a “new” customer. Apparently it’s not the first time it’s happened at that branch because the person I spoke with said it’s happened before and they won’t make exceptions. What a complete scam. You’re no better than the big banks. You should be ashamed of yourselves.

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