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How Does Shared Branching Work?


North Iowa Community Credit Union is a member of the Shared Branching network, a fast-growing national and international network of credit unions that allow members of other credit unions to utilize their branches to conduct basic teller transactions. What does this mean to you? CONVENIENCE!!


How Does Shared Branching Work?


You can conduct the following transactions at Shared Branching locations:

  • Deposits
  • Withdrawals
  • Transfers
  • Balance inquiries
  • Loan payments and advances
  • Purchase of travelers cards, gift cards, official checks, and money orders at select locations

(availability of services and fees vary at each location)


Services that cannot be done at a Shared Branch include:

  • Add new services or accounts
  • Order checks
  • Make changes to your accounts, including name and address changes
  • Negotiate third party checks

(please visit us directly for these services)


To find a Shared Branch near your home, office, or in a city you are traveling to, simply call: 1-888-SITE-CO-OP or visit the Shared Branch Locator in the footer of the website. It’s that easy!


Remember, all you need to conduct a transaction at a Shared Branch location is your credit union name, member account number, a valid, government issued photo ID, and the last 4 digits of your social security number.


For more information, contact North Iowa Community Credit Union at 1-888-424-2281.