Shared Branching

Quest Federal Credit Union is proud to participate in Shared Branching! Shared branching allows Quest Federal Credit Union and other member credits unions to provide convenient access to personal services wherever you might be traveling!

About Shared Branching

WHAT IS SHARED BRANCHING?

It is a network of more than 5,300 credit union branches across the country (and the world) that credit union members can use just like they use their home branch. Many credit unions (but not all) participate in this network. You can download the free Shared Branching app on your smartphone to find locations anywhere, anytime.

WHAT CAN I DO AT A SHARED BRANCH?

You can make deposits, withdraw money, cash checks, transfer funds, make loan payments, get a copy of your statement, and perform other transactions at shared branches.

WHAT DO I NEED TO PERFORM A TRANSACTION AT A SHARED BRANCH?

The name of your home credit union, your account number, and a photo I.D. That’s it!

IS THERE A FEE OR OTHER COSTS?

In almost all cases, members can use a Shared Branch at no cost.

WHY WOULD I USE A SHARED BRANCH?

Your credit union wants to make life easy for its members. Instead of building thousands of expensive branches, they work with other credit unions to provide convenient locations around town and around the country. That way, you can remain a member of the credit union and use Shared Branches near your home, workplace, and wherever you travel — just like you use your local branch.

HOW DO I FIND A SHARED BRANCH? HOW DO I GET THE SMARTPHONE APP?

The easiest way is to download the free Shared Branching App on your smartphone (see the buttons above). Scan the QR code in your credit union’s lobby, or search for “CO-OP Shared Branch Locator” on the iTunes Store or the Google Play Store.

WHY DOES QUEST FEDERAL CREDIT UNION PARTICIPATE?

Shared Branching allows us to serve you with better convenience. With Shared Branching, collectively, we have more locations than all but the two largest banks in the United States! Only Wells Fargo and Chase have more branches than your own credit union does! Shared Branching also helps members who move, go off to school, or change jobs.

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