Creston & District Credit Union

Since 1951, we have been providing financial services to the residents of the Creston Valley and contributing to the growth of the community. Simply stated, we believe in making our community a better place to live.

Coming Soon!

Our website and online banking will be getting an upgrade and an exciting new look! Please note that our public website and online banking may be unavailable temporarily during the upgrade.

While our main public website link https://www.cdcu.com will remain the same, your online banking login page bookmark will need to be updated to https://www.online.cdcu.com after implementation. 

We thank you in advance for your patience during this update.


STRONG PAC - Available July 27, 2021

A stronger PAC (Personal Access Code) for stronger security accessing your Online Banking

When you initiate a PAC change, you will need to create a PAC of between 9 - 30 characters, requiring the use of a combination of at least one of each of the following: special character (!@#$%?/, etc.), number (0, 1, 2, 3...), uppercase letter, lowercase letter.


Avoid using names, dates or numbers that are easily linked to you (birthdates, family or pet names, address, phone number etc.), and do not use existing passwords from other programs.

Make your PAC complex, but easy to remember!

If you use QuickView in your APP, please disable it before updating to Strong PAC - If you do not, you may get locked out!

2021 FALL Mortgage Special:

** Take advantage of our  FALL MORTGAGE RATES!    

Click the link below or Contact Us at 428-5351.

FRAUD & ONLINE BANKING SECURITY


We are asking members to be vigilant when it involves Online Banking as well as with emails and phone requests claiming to be from Creston & District Credit Union.  If you receive a suspicious email or phone call, do not click on any links within that email and do not provide any personal information to the caller.  Contact the branch directly at 250-428-5351 or by calling toll free at 1-866-857-2802 to confirm validity.

We also encourage members to change your Personal Access Code (PAC) for Online Banking on a regular basis, such as monthly or every few months.  Your PAC should be kept confidential (do not share it with anyone), it should not be easily guessed, and it should be as long as possible.  Using phone numbers, birth dates or sequential numbers make it easy for someone to compromise your accounts.

For more online security tips, click the link below:

Credit Union Foundation of BC

Need financial assistance for post secondary education?

The Credit Union Foundation of British Columbia offers education awards from several Memorial & Trust Funds for post-secondary school students needing a financial helping hand. Members in need of such assistance are encouraged to apply for a Credit Union Foundation Award.

E-Statements are an electronic version of your hard copy mailed statement. When you choose to suppress your mailed statement, E-Statements reduce the risk of mail fraud and help protect the environment.

Login to Online Banking and opt-out of paper statement today or read more.