Meriwest Sucks Customer Reviews and Feedback

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Meriwest Credit Union began on May 5, 1961, when a group of IBM employees organized the IBM San Jose Employees Federal Credit Union. In 1975 the official name changed to Pacific IBM Employees Federal Credit Union. In 1999 Pacific IBM became Meriwest Credit Union. Today, a membership that was once only available to IBM employees and their families, is now available to anyone who lives or works in the Greater Bay Area of Northern California or in Tucson, Arizona. Today Meriwest Credit Union has over 72,000 members and $1.5 billion in total assets.

Cori, a disappointed customer shares his experience on, "Horrible customer service. They closed my savings account without warning (less than 2 weeks after opening!). When I called to ask why CSR was defensive and rude and said it was because I didn't respond to an email (that I never received!)."


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WEB DEVELOPER (Former Employee) says

"Do not ever own the work or it will stress you out. Delegating is key to Meriwest culture because there are lots of people on the team specialized in bringing out the finished product. Never miss meetings because teamwork is very essential at Meriwest."


"VP of Business Banking is so horrible. She is not greeting or smiling with anyone. She is so mess up with her head, thoughts and actions. Management is so ridiculous. My seven months work there nothing but stress. Cons: Health care"

Service Rep; Support Services Rep (Former Employee) says

"Managers made working very difficult to be a success. Didn't communicate expectations and misinterpreted everything that was done. Wound up not being a good match."

Financial Service Representative (Former Employee) says

"This was an average financial institution in Tucson, AZ. Regional manager said that if law enforcement didn't work out to come back so they could rehire me. But, they left Tucson and sold to another institution before I could reapply."

Accountant (Former Employee) says

"When I worked at this company, I have learned a lot from co-workers,"