Shared Branch Services
You have access to your Interra accounts at thousands of credit union locations nationwide. That’s right - thousands! Credit unions from across the United States participate in a network to give credit union members account access.
Services available through shared branching:
- Make deposits and withdrawals (some limitations).
- Make credit card payments.
- Transfer funds.
- Purchase money orders and official checks at many locations.
- And more.
For your security, you will be asked to provide your member number, the last four digits of your Social Security Number, and a valid government-issued ID.
What does shared branch mean?
A shared branch is part of a nationwide network of credit union branches that allows credit union members to conveniently conduct transactions as though they were using their own credit union location. More than 1,800 credit unions participate in this network, creating over 5,500 shared branch locations.
Can I make a deposit at a different credit union?
If the credit union participates in the shared branching network, a deposit can be made at that location. Locations are identified with a common Shared Branch logo. Additional identification may be required and holds may be placed on check deposits.
Can I cash a check at a shared branch?
Checks cannot be cashed at shared branching locations. You will need available funds to deposit a check and withdrawal cash.
Can I withdraw money from another credit union?
As long as the credit union participates in the shared branching network, money can be withdrawn at that respective location. Locations are identified with a common Shared Branch logo. There may be limits on maximum withdrawals.