Wire Transfers

When wiring funds to our Credit Union, be sure to carefully follow the easy instructions below. Failure to do so could result in your funds getting routed to the wrong account number. This, in turn, will result in your account being assessed a higher fee as well as delay the availability of your funds. For our current wire transfers fees, please refer to our schedule of fees.

Incoming Wire Instructions:

  1. Corporate One Federal Credit Union - ABA # 263-18-9069
    8700 Orion Place, Columbus OH 43240-2078
  2. For Credit to: First Choice Credit Union - Account # 267-08-3349
    1055 S. Congress Ave. West Palm Beach, Fl 33406
  3. For Final Credit to: Member’s Name, Complete physical address ( PO Box will not be accepted), Account number and indicate savings or checking.
  4. Name of individual initiating (sending) the wire along with their complete physical address. (PO Box will not be accepted).

Outgoing Wires:

For information regarding outgoing wires, please visit any of our branch locations or contact our Call Center at 641-0100 Option 2 during regular business hours.

Due to new Regulations and the inherent risk with International Wires, we will no longer be able to provide this service to our members. We do apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.

Mailing Address
1055 S. Congress Avenue
West Palm Beach, Florida 33406-5195

561.641.0100 Phone

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