Credit Union CO-OP Shared Branching

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over 5000 Locations Available Nationwide



CO-OP ATM Network and CO-OP Shared Branch were created by credit unions that have joined forces to give their members the kind of financial convenience traditionally available only from big banks. All with the savings and personal service you expect from credit unions.

This means, when your credit union belongs to CO-OP ATM Network, you can use nearly 30,000 ATM locations nationwide—and save money, because they’re all surcharge free. In addition, you’re welcome at nearly 5,000 credit union branches and over 2,000 self-service locations when your credit union is part of CO-OP Shared Branch. That adds up to convenience comparable to the country’s largest banks.

Visit http://www.co-opsharedbranch.org for locations near you.

CO-OP locator tools include smartphone apps, text, GPS download and a toll-free number. And again, all this convenience comes with no surcharge fees from either network. It’s one more way credit union membership helps keep more money in your pocket.

Is the CO-OP Shared Branch a branch of my credit union?

Not exactly, but through shared branching you can conduct nearly all the financial transactions you would ordinarily perform at your credit union. No matter where the CO-OP Shared Branch is located, you can access your credit union account right there, when you’re there. Technology has made your credit union even more personal and accessible.

How do I use a Shared Branch?

Bring your identification and credit union account number to the teller station and tell them that you’re a member of our credit union. You can conduct as many deposits, withdrawals, transfer, or loan payment transactions as you like. It’s that easy.

 

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