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Like most mutuals, First Option Bank believes in giving back. It does this in a number of ways. First up, the bank reinvests profits back into the organisation to give members access to products that offer lower fees and better rates. But that’s not all. First Option says it puts Member Service ahead of everything else, by focusing on three key elements.
Does any of this actually work? Its seems so. The bank says, when it conducts Member Satisfaction surveys, most members comment on its great service, which is why they join First Option and stay with it for life.
Another important way First Option Bank gives back is with the support it provides members, their families, and the wider community. The bank says it devotes time and energy to supporting members at its host companies by sponsoring events, visiting members at their workplaces and participating in employee wellness programs.
First Option Bank is also a proud sponsor of Cufa (Credit Union Foundation Australia). As an international development agency committed to alleviating poverty across the Asia Pacific, Cufa reaches more than 4 million people each year through grassroots project work that focuses on economic, education, enterprise and employment activities.
If you’re interested in becoming a part of what First Option has to offer, you can become a member today. While First Option Bank previously focused on serving the employees, families and contractors of some of Australia’s most successful companies, membership of this mutual is now open to the public. You can join online or contact the bank direct.
Is a First Option Bank credit card for you? With a couple of enticing options on offer, First Option could be well worth a look if you want to apply for a low rate card or a cash rewards card. Check out the in-depth info and our reviews on each card’s page to find out all you need to know before you apply.
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