Be sure your funds reach their destination quickly and safely. Whether domestic or international, OnPoint wire transfers are reliable, secure, and can be made in most foreign currencies. So you can be sure your money arrives safely.

Sending Domestic Wire Instructions

Now you can send domestic wires from your account online! Simply log in and select Payments & Transfers from the main menu, then select Wires. For step-by-step instructions, click here. You can also stop by any OnPoint branch or call Member Services at 503.228.7077 or 800.527.3932.

Here's the information you'll need related to the beneficiary (person receiving the funds):

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Beneficiary name and phone number
Beneficiary full street address (P.O. Boxes are not allowed)
Beneficiary full account number
Beneficiary bank's name, phone number and full street address
Beneficiary bank's routing, SWIFT, or IBAN number

Sending International Wire Instructions

Please visit an OnPoint branch or call Member Services at 503.228.7077 or 800.527.3732 to send an international wire. In addition to the above information, the specific purpose of the wire must be disclosed.



Receiving Domestic and International Wire Instructions

Here's the information you'll need to provide the sender when preparing to receive a wire transaction:

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Name of Financial Institution OnPoint Community Credit Union
Financial Institution Address PO Box 3750, Portland, OR 97208
Financial Institution Phone Number 1-800-527-3932
Direct to Domestic: Wire Routing Transit Number (RTN/ABA) 323075880

Foreign: Bank Identification Code (BIC): OCCUUS66
Beneficiary Account Number Your full OnPoint account number.
If you're unsure, log into Digital Banking and select your desired account. Tap or click the "i" icon next to the search bar. Additional account information will be displayed including your Full Account Number.
Credit Funds to (Beneficiary Name) The beneficiary name must match the name on the account
Deposit Funds to (i.e. Savings or Checking) The account type, such as Savings or Checking, into which you'd like your funds transferred.

Frequently Asked Questions