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Are You Taking Advantage of the CO-OP Shared Branch Network?

May 11, 2022

Are you a frequent traveler, temporarily moving to college, or permanently moving to another state? If so, you're probably realizing how important it is to have a credit union near you to be able to complete transactions just like you would at your local branch. Are you aware 1st MidAmerica Credit Union is part of one of the largest branch networks in the United States? The CO-OP Shared Branch Network has over 5,800 locations across all 50 states, currently making it the largest branch network. The CO-OP ATM Network also offers over 30,000 surcharge-free ATM’s, covering all 50 states and 10 countries.  

What type of transactions can be conducted at a Shared Branch? 

  • Withdrawals
  • Transfers
  • Deposits
  • Account inquiries
  • Loan payments
  • And more!
What information is needed to conduct a transaction? 

There are only three things you will need when walking into a Shared Branch to conduct a transaction:

  • Name of credit union
  • Account number
  • Valid government issued ID

How do I locate a Shared Branch or ATM?

1st MidAmerica Credit Union and over 1,800 additional credit unions have teamed together to increase convenience for credit union members like you. By taking advantage of this network, accessing your money is made simple no matter where you are. If you’re on vacation and need a little extra cash or forgot to make your loan payment, no worries! Search for a shared branch or ATM. You can grab cash and make your payment with no stress.  

You or your child can also move away to college and still have access to your funds without the hassle of having to switch financial institutions. It also makes it easy for parents to deposit funds at their home branch and the student to withdraw those same funds at a shared branch or ATM near their school. Thankfully, with the assistance of the CO-OP Shared Branch Network, banking local is made easy… even when you’re far away!