You have access to more than 6,000 CO-OP Shared Branches across the country
Shared Branching is a nationwide network of credit unions that work together to allow members of one participating credit union to make select transactions in the branch of another participating credit union.
If you’re a frequent traveler, or you don’t live near a Connexus branch, Shared Branching could be useful for you. When you visit the branch of a participating credit union, you may be able to make select transactions, including:
You cannot open new accounts or take out new loans at Shared Branch locations. These can only be done online, over the phone, or at a Connexus branch.
This part is easy. First you have to find a CO-OP Shared Branch. When you arrive, let the teller know you’re a member of Connexus Credit Union, give them your member number, and provide a valid government-issued ID. Once you’re verified, you can perform a number of transactions as if you’re in your hometown branch.