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Access Your Account at a Shared Branch

Your Foothill branch just got bigger!

 

Co-op Network Shared Branch logoAre you miles away from a Foothill branch? No worries! You can access your Foothill accounts at over 5,000 locations nationwide at no additional cost.*

Foothill is a proud participant of the Shared Branching Network, a fast-growing national and international network of credit unions that allows members of other credit unions to use their branches to conduct basic teller transactions.

Through the Shared Branch Network, Foothill members can:

  • Make deposits, withdrawals, and loan payments
  • Transfer funds
  • Get loan advances
  • Purchase money orders and traveler’s checks (if available)
  • Get balance inquiries and more!

Thanks to the cooperative nature of credit unions, a branch is right at your reach!

* Some transactions may incur a fee depending on the Credit Union's fee schedule.

CO-OP Network Shared Branch


What is Shared Branching

CO-OP Shared Branching is a network of more than 5,300 credit union branches across the country (and the world) that you can use just like you use your home branch. Our credit union is part of this network.

What can I do at a Shared Branch?

You can make deposits, withdraw money, cash checks, transfer funds, make loan payments, get a copy of your statement, and perform other transactions at shared branches.

What do I need to perform a transaction at a Shared Branch?

The name of your home credit union, your account number, and a photo I.D.  That’s it!

Is there a fee or other costs associated with using a Shared Branch?

In most cases, you can use a Shared Branch at no cost. Although some credit unions may impose a fee on a certain transaction.

Why would I use a Shared Branch?

Our credit union wants to make life easy for you. Instead of building thousands of expensive branches, we cooperate with other credit unions across the United States to provide convenient locations around town and around the country. That way, you can use Shared Branches near your home, your workplace, and whenever you travel — just like you use our branch.

How do I find a Shared Branch?

The easiest way is to download the Shared Branching App on your smartphone. Call (888) SITE COOP, or visit www.SharedBranching.org to search for a location.

Download the CO-OP Shared Branching App

Download the CO-OP Shared Branching App

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