At First Community, we want to offer you more than excellent deposit accounts and loans. We want to be the hub for all of your financial and banking needs — so we offer lots of additional services to make your life easier. Please visit us or contact us if we can be of further assistance.
Coin Counting Kiosk
Where available, you can bring in your loose coin and have it counted for you for free! There is a 15% charge for any non-member to use the machine. Here is a list of branch locations that offer a self-service coin kiosk:
- St. Louis Hills
- North County
- Fairview Heights, IL
- St. Charles
- Glen Carbon, IL
- Creve Coeur
You can access your account 24-hours a day, seven days a week, with the EXPRESS 24 Information Line. Call (636) 728-3300 or 1-800-843-0769 to transfer funds, check balances, see if checks have cleared, make loan and credit card payments, and much more.
You must have a Personal Identification Number (PIN) to access your account. If you do not have a PIN for our EXPRESS 24 Information Line, please call us at (636) 728-3333 or 1-800-767-8880.
Reorder your custom checks online — or call 1-866-322-1250. First Community's routing number is 281081877.
Lost or Stolen Cards
Call us immediately if you believe your card or PIN has been lost, stolen, or compromised. During business hours please call 636-728-3333 or 1-800-767-8880. After business hours and on Sundays, please call 1-888-241-2440. If outside the U.S., call collect at 909-941-1398.
Enjoy the convenience of direct deposit for your paychecks! With direct deposit the money will be securely deposited into your account each payday morning. Ask us how.
We offer you the convenience of making deposits at our secure night drops at any of our branches, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. We will post the transaction to your account on the morning of the first business day following the night drop.
Safe Deposit Boxes
We offer safe deposit boxes to our members 18 years and older at our Chesterfield, Ellisville, Creve Coeur, Glen Carbon, North County, O'Fallon, Oakville, Saint Louis Hills and Fairview Heights Offices.
Each box is controlled by two locks. Viewing rooms are available for members only. Our safe deposit boxes provide fire-resistant storage for your most prized valuables. The fee is automatically debited from the member's account.*
*Contents of safe deposit boxes are not insured or guaranteed by the credit union, the NCUA, or by any other government agency.
A free service exclusively for our members, available during lobby hours at all First Community locations.
Medallion Signature Guarantee
You can obtain a Medallion Signature Guarantee from most First Community branches. First Community is a participant of the Securities Transfer Agents Medallion Program (STAMP) only. This service is for members only and be sure to contact us prior to coming to your branch at 636-728-3333 (option 9) to make sure the appropriate person is available and to verify what kind of documentation you will need. Making an appointment is recommended.
Specify how much you want deducted each pay period, and the money will be sent electronically to your First Community account. It's a great way to save money! Many members have money deposited into a Share Savings Account, a Christmas Club, or Vacation Club account.
First Community's routing number is 281081877.
- Cashier’s checks
- Credit Card Cash Advances
- Travelers Checks (Chesterfield, Creve Coeur and Ellisville branches only)
- Credit Card Convenience Checks
- Money orders (North County branch only)
- Wire Transfers (Domestic only)
- Print and fill out a deposit slip before going to the branch
We send and receive wires Monday-Friday 8am-3pm CST
- Send a domestic wire in person at any of our branch locations
- To send a wire over the phone you must first complete our Wire Transfer Agreement Form
- Wire Transfer Agreement Forms are available by contacting a Resource Specialist at 636-728-3333
Your Account Number
Your Account Number/Member Number can be found on your account statement. It was also given to you on a card when you opened your account. Your account number is not the same as the 16-digit number of your First Community debit card.