Shared Branching

Shared branching simply means that credit unions share facilities, giving you more than 5,300 convenient locations and an additional 1,800 kiosks in 7-11 stores across the country. It’s like having your credit union with you anywhere you travel. So, whether you are at work, home, or favorite travel destination, credit unions participating in shared branching are always nearby!

In Alabama, there are 165 credit union shared branching locations so anywhere you travel in the state, your credit union is right there with you. Shared branching is another way to show that your credit union is unique and there when you need them.

What is Shared Branching?

The shared branching network stretches across more than 5,300 locations internationally. All of which allow you to access your account and 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
  • 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!

Necessary items:

  • Your Home Credit Union’s Name
  • Account Number
  • Valid Government-Issued Photo Identification

The following services cannot be provided at a shared branching location:

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

To find a credit union near you that offers shared branching, visit co-opsharedbranch.org.