Out of town and need to make a deposit to your Mutual Savings Credit Union account? Can’t make it to your Mutual Savings location before closing? No problem! Look for the CO-OP Shared branch logo and conduct transactions for your Mutual Savings accounts at other participating credit unions near you.
Mutual Savings Credit Union is a participating member of the CO-OP Shared Branch Network (formerly the CU Service Center Network). By applying this concept of “shared branching”, credit unions from across the country share facilities to give members access to thousands locations. This network means that a Mutual Savings location is always just around the corner.
How Does it Work?
Visit the CO-OP Shared Branch website to determine which credit unions in your area are also members of the network. You’ll be able to perform the following transactions at participating credit unions:
- Loan Payments
- And more!
When conducting Mutual Savings transactions at other CO-OP Shared Branch credit unions, you’ll need to bring the following items and information with you:
- Your Mutual Savings Credit Union member number
- A valid, government-issued form of identification (driver’s license or a US passport for example)