SLOCU participates in Shared Branching. What is Shared Branching? Shared Branching is made up of hundreds of credit unions nationwide, all connecting to offer their members a new level of financial freedom. Members can make deposits while on vacation, withdraw cash while travelling for work, or even fill out a loan application while car shopping across town.
When you can’t make it to SLOCU, Shared Branching allows you to make deposits, perform withdrawals, and access many other services at thousands of credit union branch or self-service kiosk locations across the U.S.!
When you use Shared Branching, your accounts remain at SLOCU, but since all locations on the Network are connected, transactions happen just as easily as if you were at SLOCU.
You need three things when you visit a CU Service Centers ® Location:
- The name of your Credit Union
- Your Account Number at your Credit Union
- A current, unexpired, VALID Government issued picture identification with signature
Have these items ready to present to the teller. It’s asked, because the CU Service Centers ® Network cares about protecting your identity and account information.
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