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Co-Op Shared Branches
Personalized service is a major benefit of banking at Capitol View Credit Union, and you don’t have to sacrifice convenience to get it. Take advantage of Capitol View Credit Union’s shared branching services through the CO-OP Shared Branch network, and you can access your account at any of 5,000 credit union branches nationwide, often just as if you were visiting one of our own.
What is Co-Op Shared Branch?
The CO-OP Shared Branch network links participating credit unions electronically, allowing credit union members to do “branch banking” even when the branch near you doesn’t belong to Capitol View Credit Union. This is a huge benefit to Capitol View Credit Union members who travel, whose workplaces don’t coincide with our branch locations, or who simply enjoy the convenience of expanded access. Wherever you are across the country, chances are good there’s a shared branch near you.
Shared branching is yet another example of credit union membership offering the best of both worlds—individualized attention and nationwide availability. The cooperative spirit of credit unions allows them to work with each other in ways that competing banks typically do not. Visit www.co-opsharedbranch.org to find branches nearest you. You can also look for the “CO-OP Shared Branch” logo at participating credit union branch locations.
At CO-OP Shared Branch locations you can:
- Make deposits and withdrawals
- Make loan payments
- Receive loan advances
- Access VISA® or MasterCard® funds
- And much more
Many shared branches also offer transfers, statement histories, money orders, traveler’s checks and notary services. Since services vary from one location to another, check with individual branches before your visit for a complete menu of available services.
Visiting a Shared Branch
When you visit a Shared Branching location You will need your account number, ID, and may need to verify the last 4 digits of your social security number.
Here is the list of acceptable ID’s:
- Valid, unexpired State-issued Driver’s License - US and Canada
- Valid, unexpired State-issued ID Card - US and Canada
- Valid, unexpired Passport (all countries) - or Passport Card
- Valid, unexpired Permanent Resident Card or Resident Alien Card
- Valid, unexpired Matricula Consular Card
- Valid, unexpired US Military ID (may use expired driver’s license if signature is needed)
Service centers may elect to ask for additional identifying information at their discretion, such as birth date or phone number.