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Visit the CO-OP Credit Unions website to find:
For a list of UFCU locations that offer Shared Branch services, please refer to this list.
Only members of participating credit unions.
Contact your host credit union or go to CO–OPCreditUnions.org/locators for updated listings of participating credit unions.
Yes. The Shared Branches do not have the ability to look up your account number and your host credit union, for security reasons, may not disclose account numbers by phone.
Yes. Once again, this is a security issue.
Accepted forms of identification include:
Additionally, UFCU will accept a UT ID.
Unless otherwise noted, all forms of ID must be current and have a photo and signature.
No. The Shared Branches are unable to verify ID by phone.
Funds deposited may not be immediately available.
Contact the host credit union directly. The host is the credit union to which you are depositing funds.
No. Shared Branches can only be used by members of participating credit unions. Non-members cannot be serviced at any Shared Branch location.
Yes. Such deposits will be processed as any other deposited check.
ATM transactions at Shared Branch Outlets are subject to foreign transaction charges.
No. All loan applications and disbursements must be processed through your host credit union.
It depends if the Shared Branch is equipped to perform this service. At UFCU Shared Branch Outlets, you may get a cash advance on your credit card up to $5,000.
U.S. Currency only.
No. Only the physical locations of branches listed offer Shared Branch services. For example, a participating Credit Union may have 4 branches in a city but only one of those four might be designated a branch outlet offering Shared Branch services.
Yes. This procedure assists credit unions in preventing fraud.
Only if the business name is reflected on the account.
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