Update on Shared Branching

One lingering misconception about credit unions is that they are less accessible than their megabank counterparts. Recent data, however, proves this is completely false. In fact, the CO-OP Shared Branch network now checks in at third place for number of branches available nationwide. That’s right: Credit unions today offer more locations than Bank of America (and access to over 30,000 ATMs through CO-OP which is more than any of the big banks offer).

Credit union members who are between institutions, or are traveling and nowhere near their home branch, can conveniently visit another credit union’s location without worry of being charged out-of-network fees. They may perform a number of account-related transactions.

Click here to watch a video about how Shared Branching works or to Find a Shared Branching Location.

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