Credit Union Shared Branching & ATMs
Credit Union Shared Branching
With shared branching, credit union members can have the convenience and security of conducting teller transactions as if it were their own local credit union office, no matter where they travel nationwide.
When you’re on the road, you can walk into any shared branch and conduct business; you can:
- Deposit, withdraw, or transfer funds
- Cash a check
- Make loan payments
- Make a balance inquiry
- Get money orders or travelers checks*
Each shared branch has automatic access to your regular account and works just like your regular Credit Union branches. Now you can conduct business all over town, all over the state, and all over the country at any CU Service Center.*
Find an ATM
If your credit union is part of the CU Anytime ATM network you can find an ATM in New Mexico.
If your credit union does not participate in the CU Anytime network please call your credit union for ATM locations.
Go to the CO-OP Financial Services website to find an ATM nationwide.
New Mexico Credit Unions
Since 1935, people across New Mexico have been joining together in not-for-profit financial cooperatives called credit unions in order to get the service and products of a financial institution that benefits and works for them, their family, friends and neighbors, the places they work and their communities. Credit unions provide financial products and services to communities other financial institutions may not - because they are too small or too remote.
From Raton to Las Cruces, Gallup to Tucumcari, from the biggest cities to the tiniest villages in between, credit unions are there to help New Mexicans. You and your family can become part of this financial services network that believes in people helping people.
Find a credit union in New Mexico or anywhere in the US
For more information on CUANM, its mission, products and services, contact Mary Beth King, communications coordinator, at 505-298-9899 or 800-366-6628, ext. 2230.