We offer consumer loans to qualified Oregon, Washington, Idaho, and Arizona residents for the purchase of automobiles, recreational vehicles, furniture, appliances, and other goods and services. We also offer loans to help consumers cover their expenses for vehicle repairs, vacations and travel, home improvements and repairs, education, medical bills, and other needs that arise. For more information please see Loans.


We offer online access to view your account balance and history, make one time and automatic payments, manage your communication preferences, and much more by using our secure eServices. Sign In or Register Now to enroll and take advantage of these convenient services.


Online - Automatic ACH payments and one time ACH and one time debit card payments can be made online using eServices.

Telephone - One time ACH and one time debit card payments can be accepted over the telephone by calling the branch location that services your account. A convenience fee may apply.

Mail - Checks, money orders, and cashier's checks can be mailed to the branch location that services your account. Please write your account number on the check, money order, or cashier's check.

Branch Office - Checks, money orders, cashier's check, and cash are accepted in all the branch locations.

Frequently Asked Questions

Please see Frequently Asked Questions for a listing of answers to some commonly asked questions.

Credit Reports

A credit report is a record of a consumer's credit history, and it includes among other information, data about whether consumers pay their bills on time and how much they owe to creditors. Some creditors use this information to set the terms of the credit they extend so generally consumers that have better credit histories may be offered better credit terms.

Consumers have the right to dispute any inaccurate information contained in their credit report by initiating a dispute directly with the credit reporting agencies, the creditor, or both. You can visit , , and for more information.

Under federal law, consumers have the right to obtain a copy of their credit report without charge under certain circumstances.

Financial Literacy

One source consumers can use to obtain more information about financial services like vehicle financing, credit cards, and consumer protection is to visit the American Financial Services Association Education Foundation (AFSAEF) at