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Contact us for personalized assistance.

At Corda Credit Union, we’re all about making things easy for you. Whether you prefer a quick chat, a text, a phone call, or an email, we’ve got you covered. Reach out, and we’ll be there to lend a hand.

Mobile Phone

Phone

Give us a call at 319.892.7300 or 1.800.950.5228.

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Email

Send us a message below. For security reasons, do not put your account number or any other private information in your email.

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Live Chat

Click on the chat icon in the bottom right to get a real-time response from one of our helpful team members during regular business hours.

Mobile Phone

Text

Text us1 at 319.892.7411. We’ll answer in real time during our regular operating hours.

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Mail

Send correspondence to:

3015 Blairs Ferry Rd NE
Cedar Rapids, IA 52402

Email us.

For security reasons, do not put your account number or any other private information in your email.

FAQs

Get help with your cards or checkbook.

Call 319.892.7300 immediately. After hours, call 1.800.950.5228. If your card is stolen, be sure to also report the theft to local authorities.

Call 319.892.7300. For assistance after hours, please call 1.800.950.5228.

To reset your debit card PIN, call 1.833.285.1743.

Call 319.892.7300 immediately. If the card information is lost or stolen outside of the country, call toll-free 1.800.950.5228. If your card is stolen, be sure to also report the theft to local authorities.

Call 319.892.7300 or toll-free 1.800.950.5228 and follow the prompts. If it’s after hours, your phone call will automatically be routed to our Visa® partners.

Call 319.892.7300. In the case of theft, be sure to report it to local authorities.

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Disclosures

1Standard text and data rates may apply. We recommend that you protect your smartphone device with a strong password to make it harder for someone to access your private information if your smartphone is left unattended or it’s lost or stolen. Wi-Fi in public is not secure, therefore we urge caution if you are using a public Wi-Fi network when texting. For security reasons, we recommend as best practice that you delete your text messages after you have gathered the information you requested.