Look for the NEW CO-OP Shared Branch logo
CBI Federal Credit Union is part of Shared Branching- a network of credit unions across the country that actually shares their branches with each other.
What this means for you?
Is that if you are not located near one of our two locations or you are out of town on vacation or business you can conduct your credit union business at a participating credit union. With over 5,000 physical locations, CO-OP has recently become the second largest network of financial institutions in the country. As a CBI FCU member, you can use any other participating credit union’s branch for most deposits, withdrawals, loan payments, and transfers.
You’ll need three things when you visit a credit union in the Shared Branching Network
- Name of your credit union
- Your Account Number
- A current, un-expired VALID U.S. Government –issued picture identification with signature.
To search for participating branches near you, simple enter the city, state or zip code of your area of interest for a listing of the closest Shared Branching locations. It’s that easy!