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In Branch Banking

When it comes to your money, things like ATMs, Home Banking and bank-by-phone can help make life more convenient. However, sometimes you need (or want) to speak to a real, live person. Good news: we have two easy ways for you to handle your banking in person:

PICU Branches
Need to sign paperwork, open an account or simply make a deposit in person? We have two branches to assist you. Our team of knowledgeable Member Service Representatives is ready to help you with anything you may need.

CO-OP Shared Branch
CO-OP Shared Branch is a network of more than 5,000 branches and nearly 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs nationwide. Credit unions have united to offer account access to members away from their home credit union. As a PICU member, you can go to any participating credit union and deposit or withdraw money from your PICU account, as well as make a loan payment or transfer money between accounts.

What you need to use a CO-OP Shared Branch
  Your home credit union's name (i.e. Printing Industries Credit Union)
  Your account number
  Valid government-issued photo identification
   (i.e. state driver's license, U.S. passport)

How to find a CO-OP Shared Branch Credit Union
  Look for any credit union that displays the CO-OP Shared Branch logo
  Visit the CO-OP Shared Branch website
  Download the CO-OP Shared Branch locator app for iPhone or Android

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