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We want to be known for the exceptional service we provide to you. To support our service commitment and maintain your confidence and trust in us, Conexus has voluntarily committed to a Market Code that identifies market practice standards and how we subscribe to these standards.
Resolving a problem
We always want to hear from our members, especially if there is something we could be doing better. If you have a concern, issue or complaint of any sort, we encourage you to contact us following the below process:
Step 1: Gather your facts
In advance, gather and assemble all the pertinent information such as:
Your debit card number
Your preferred method of reply: mail, e-mail or phone (if phone, when is the best time to call)
Date(s) of occurrence
Supporting statements or documents, if any
The names of any specific staff involved
Clarify the situation and sequence of events in your own mind, and then determine what it is you would like us to do.
Step 2: Contact us
It's easiest to check facts and make corrections at the place where the problem started (in branch or with a department), so please reach out to them first.
If you're unsatisfied with the response you've been given, ask to speak with the manager, team leader or senior officer.
If you're unsure who to contact, you can call our Member Contact Centre at 1-800-667-7477 or fill out a contact us form.
Step 3: Conexus Ombudsman
If your concern has not been resolved through the above steps, please contact the Conexus Ombudsman Office.
The Conexus Ombudsman Office will provide an impartial avenue of review for unresolved concerns and may make recommendations to improve operational processes or products and services.
The Conexus Ombudsman Office can only review your concern after you have received a response from a Conexus employee.
The Conexus Ombudsman handles escalated customer problems for all Conexus business lines.
All complaints to the Conexus Ombudsman Office should be in writing. Please explain in your correspondence why the problem has not been adequately resolved to your satisfaction.
Download and complete the Formal Complaint Form
Send it to:
Conexus Credit Union
Suite 200 1960 Albert St
Regina, SK S4P 4M1
Or email it to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Step 4: Escalating your complaint
If your complaint has not been resolved after following the above steps, you may forward your complaint to the following organization:
Ombudsman for Banking Services and Investments
401 Bay Street, Suite 1505 PO Box 5
Toronto, ON M5H 2Y4
Note: OBSI does not investigate complaints about credit decisions, service fees, interest rates, and other matters of general policy, issues that are in litigation, or transactions for which records no longer exist (usually after six or seven years).