CO-OP Shared Branching
Credit Union Service Centers ACIPCO FCU wants to make life easy for you by cooperating with other credit unions across the United States to provide convenient locations around town and across the country. CO-OP Shared Branching is a network of more than 5,300 credit union branches across the country (and the world) that you can use just as you use your home branch. ACIPCO FCU is part of this expansive network! You can access your ACIPCO FCU account at shared branch locations near your home, your workplace, and whenever you travel.
ACIPCO FCU members can walk into a branch of another credit union in the CO-OP Shared Branch Network and perform basic transactions like deposits, payments, and account inquiries, just as if they were at ACIPCO FCU, at no charge! Bring your current driver’s license and your member number; that is all a CO-OP Shared Branch needs.
The easiest way to find a location near you is to visit www.sharedbranching.com and enter your address. You can also search for "CO-OP Shared Branch Locator" in the iTunes Store or the Google Play Store.
PLEASE NOTE: ALL Shared Branching transactions must take place in-person. Shared Branching transactions cannot be processed at drive-thru windows or with any requests through night deposit drop-offs. Funds deposited may not be immediately available. Check with us for your funds availability information.
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