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Shared Branching

CO-OP logoPostal Family Credit Union has joined forces with credit unions across the United States to "share" their branches.  As part of the CO-OP Shared Branch network, PFCU members can conduct transactions on their accounts at more than 5,000 Shared Branch locations nationwide.

When you visit a Shared Branch, you will need to let them know you are a Postal Family Credit Union member, provide your account number and show a government-issued photo ID. 

Find a Shared Branch

Things You Can Do at a Shared Branch:

  • Make a deposit
  • Withdraw funds
  • Cash a check
  • Make a loan payment
  • Transfer between your PFCU accounts
  • Inquire on your account balances and transactions
  • Get a statement printout

Please keep in mind, at a Shared Branch you cannot apply for a loan or open a new account, or withdraw from your Christmas Club or Vacation Club account.

Ways to Find Your Closest Shared Branch: