Once a Member, Always a Member.
Anyone who lives, works, worships or attends school in either Hardin, Logan or Wyandot County is eligible for Membership. You are also eligible for Membership if you have an immediate family member who is a member. Immediate is defined as parent, sibling, spouse or in-law. If you have ever had a Membership with the credit union you can re-open that Membership.
Why join Quest?
Quest is a federally chartered credit union, which means that we are a cooperative, not-for-profit organization. We don’t have shareholders like a bank that expect a high return on investment. As a matter of fact, as an owner, we exist to serve you and ensure that the credit union operates as efficiently as possible. With that efficiency and responsibility, we work hard to see that any profit is returned to you, the owner, in the form of low rates, reduced fees, and dividends on your investments.
Quest and the Community
In addition to being fiscally responsible to each member/owner, Quest Federal Credit Union is committed to being an active member of each of the communities we serve. It is the belief of the board of directors and management that we are obligated to give back to these communities and continue to do so with your support. We are proud to make a difference in the lives of our members and our communities as a whole. Through financial literacy programs, sponsorships, scholarships, and many other opportunities, Quest is proud to be a member of the community.
With 5 branch locations and 15 ATMs in Hardin and Logan County, as well as access to the CO-OP Shared Branching and Alliance One ATM networks, Quest Federal Credit Union has your financial needs covered.
Please note: Quest Federal Credit Union does not participate in the Allpoint network of ATMs, and you may still incur an ATM usage fee when transacting on these machines.