Personalized service is a major benefit of banking at Quaker Oats Credit Union, and you don’t have to sacrifice convenience to get it. Take advantage of QOCU’s shared branching services through CO-OP Shared Branch and you can access your account at any of 5,100 credit union branches nationwide.
How Does Shared Branching Work?
The national CO-OP Shared Branch network links participating credit unions electronically, allowing credit union members to do “branch banking” even when the branch near you doesn’t belong to QOCU. This is a huge benefit to QOCU members who live – or travel – outside of Cedar Rapids. Wherever you are across the country, chances are good there’s a shared branch near you.
What types of transactions can I complete?
When it’s convenient for you, we ask that you continue to conduct business at our office, through an ATM, or via home banking. However, when those locations are not convenient for you…
You can conduct the following transactions at CO-OP Shared Branch locations:
*These services are not available at all locations.
Must have your member number and a valid government issued photo ID present when visiting a Shared Branch location. The address on your ID must match the address that QOCU has on file.
Services that cannot be done at a CO-OP Shared Branch:
(Please visit the QOCU office for these services)
Frequently Asked Questions
We’re pleased to offer this service to our members, however in order to keep our usage fees manageable, we ask that you continue to conduct business at our office, through a Privileged Status ATM or via Online Banking whenever it’s convenient to do so.