Shared branching is easy, smart and convenient.
With more than 2,500 shared branch locations across the United States, you can always be close to your Credit Union. Many are even open on Saturdays. You can do most of the transactions at shared branches that you conduct at your PSCCU branch. You can make deposits and withdrawals on your accounts at all CU service Centers (shared branches). Shared branches may limit cash withdrawals to $500.00 per day, regardless of PSCCU’s cash withdrawal limits.
Stepping into a shared branch is just like visiting your Credit Union. Many shared branches also have a surcharge free CO-OP Network ATM on the premises. With more than 2,500 CU Service Center (shared branches) locations and 25,000 surcharge-free CO-OP Network ATMs, PSCCU is giving you the tools you need to conduct your transactions –whether you are at home or on the road.
For a complete listing of branches and hours of operations you can call 888-CU-SWIRL (287-9475) or check the SHARED BRANCH LOCATOR.
To access your account at any shared branch you will need the following:
- The name of your Credit Union (PSCCU)
- Your PSCCU account number
- A valid US or Government-issued photo ID with your signature. (Your Employee ID will not be acceptable).
Many shared branches also offer the following services:
- Check Withdrawals
- Fax Service and Copies
- Money Orders
- Traveler's Checks
- Notary Services
Important shared branching information - There are shared branches in the CU Service Center network that are cashless which means you will not be able to conduct transactions in the branch. These branches may have a surcharge free ATM you can use instead. Cashless branches are designated as such.
Your PSCCU membership and accounts remain at PSCCU even when accessing your accounts at another Credit Union.