What is Shared Branching?


Shared branching is a collaborative effort among credit unions that helps us compete with large banks by putting a branch in your neighborhood.


This cooperative spirit lets you conduct business at more than 6,500 shared branch locations nationwide and perform transactions as if you were at one of our branches. That’s more than any of the large banks!


With so many locations, it is very likely that there is one close to where you live or work. Many offer Saturday hours or other conveniences that are important to you. Try it! To find a conveniently-located CU shared branch near home, work or while you’re traveling, simply use our Branch & ATM Locator or download the free Credit Union Service Center app at your phone’s store or marketplace.


Shared branch usage has more than doubled in the past year with members accessing their Pacific Service CU accounts in 48 out of 50 states and as far away as the United Kingdom!


When you visit a shared branch, all you’ll need is the name of your credit union, your account number (not your social security number) and valid photo identification.


Here are more details about the service.


We hope you enjoy the convenience of shared branching.


by Jenna, Vice President, Operations

1 comment on this post.
  1. Stan F.:

    Thanks a lot. I like your blog, lots of information.

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