Shared Branching

New Choice

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Your credit union has joined together with other credit unions nationwide in a cooperative effort to bring you a new choice in financial convenience. The CU Service Centers® Network!  You can now perform many of your financial transactions and obtain services at branch locations of other credit unions belonging to the network.

It’s Easy

By using the CU Service Centers® Network, your accounts remain at your own credit union, but you can access your accounts and conduct business with your credit union through any of the convenient CU Service Centers® locations.  In this way, through a network of participating credit unions, access to your accounts and credit unions services is made easier.

CU Service Centers® Locations

There are over 6,700 CU Service Centers® throughout the United States, Italy, Puerto Rico, United Kingdom, Guam and Germany.  For a complete listing of locations and hours of operation:

Available Services

At CU Service Centers® you can:

      • Make deposits and withdrawals
      • Transfer funds
      • Make loan payments and obtain loan advances
      • Request Statement Prints (Recent Account History)

Additional Services at Most Locations:

      • Fax services and Photocopies
      • Money Orders
      • Traveler’s Checks
      • Notary services

 Frequently Asked Questions about Shared Branching:

      1. How can I find an outlet?    By using the online locator at www.co-opsharedbranch.org  or by calling 1-888-cuswirl (287-9475). There are also free downloadable Smart Phone Apps for Android and iPhones at www.cuswirl.com/mobile-locator.
      2. What are the various ways I can access Shared Branching?    By visiting any participating outlet; by using a Vcom Unit Kiosks® at participating 7 Eleven®   locations (about half of all 7-Eleven®stores); or by calling the Shared Branching Call Center at 1-866-Mycunow (692-8669).
      3. What type of transactions may I conduct through Shared Branching?    You can make deposits, withdrawals, transfers, loan payments, obtain loan advances and receive recent account history printouts.