Credit Unions across the nation have come together to create the CO-OP Shared Branch Network. CO-OP Shared Branches allow members of participating credit unions to conduct most of their financial transactions* at any participating location.
If you're looking for a friendly neighborhood branch, even when you're not in your neighborhood, find a CO-OP Shared Branch near you:
Members who visit a CO-OP Shared Branch must be listed on the account and provide a valid photo ID
their member number
in order to make transactions.
*Transactions that can be conducted at a CO-OP Shared Branch typically include:
- Deposits (Georgia United members can also use our Mobile App to deposit a check)
- Loan Payments
Please note, services may vary from one location to another, withdrawal limits may apply and funds deposited may not be available for immediate withdrawal.
Georgia United Credit Union CO-OP Shared Branch Locations: