Shared Branching is a network where members can do business at other participating credit unions. Whether you are in other areas of Boston or in Florida for the winter or somewhere on business or vacation, it’s like having a branch of BFCU right where you are.
You can make deposits, withdrawals, make loan payments, transfer funds, check balances and more. It may not be banking at BFCU, but it is still banking with BFCU.
What information do I need in order to perform transactions?
- Credit Union name
- Member #
- Valid Government Issue ID
What types of transactions can I perform within the Shared Branching network?
- Deposit funds
- Withdraw cash
- Make loan payments and advances
- Get balance information
- Transfer funds
- Money orders, official checks and traveler's checks (as available, fees may apply)
- Use notary, fax and photocopy services (as available, fees may apply)
- Deposit at 24/7 ATMs (as available, fees may apply)
Is Shared Branching safe?
All your transactions will be as safe and secure as if you were at BFCU! Your personal information is NOT housed at any of these locations. Transactions take place like they do through the ATM network.
How can I find a credit union in the Shared Branching network?
You can find a credit union near you that is associated with Shared Branching by visiting co-opcreditunions.org/locator and entering the city and state, or zip code of the area you wish to search. This website will generate a list of credit unions you can visit to perform your BFCU transactions.