What is Shared Branching?

The shared branching networking stretches across more than 5,600 locations internationally. All of which are able to access your member’s accounts. 

Necessary items:

  • Their Home Credit Union’s Name
  •  Account Number
  • Valid Government-Issued Photo Identification
  • Address Listed on Account
  • Last 4 Digits of Social Security Number

Your members will be able to conduct a range of transactions, such as:

  • Cash or Check Deposits to Share or Share Draft Accounts
  • Cash or Check Withdrawals from Share or Share Draft Accounts
  • Cash Recognized Payroll Checks (Check Will Be Deposited in Full and Then Funds Withdrawn)
  • Make Transfers Between Accounts
  • Loan Payments
  • Purchase of Official Checks and Theme Park Tickets
  • VISA Cash Advances (Most Locations)
  • VISA Gift Cards (Most Locations)
  • And More!

The following services cannot be provided at shared branching locations:

  • Accounts Cannot be Opened or Closed
  • Non-Members Cannot Cash Checks Drawn on Participating Credit Union Members Accounts

For more details on shared branching services and check policies, contact Laura Vann at 866.231.0545 x2181 or refer to CO-OP Shared Branching Polices & Procedures, April 2016.