Shared Branching

Shared Branching:

What is Shared Branching?

Shared Branching is a convenient service that enables Members to conduct certain transactions at other participating credit unions. With over 120 locations in Maine and over 5,000 locations nationwide, credit unions have teamed up to share their offices in order to better serve the Members at large. You’ll be able to identify the credit unions participating by the CO-OP Shared Branching logo displayed in their lobbies or drive-up areas.

Where are Shared Branching Locations?

Here’s a list of local credit unions that participate: Atlantic Regional FCU, Central Maine FCU, Community Credit Union, Five County Credit Union (also available at Wal-Mart in Auburn), Midcoast FCU and Dirigo (formerly Rainbow) FCU. If you need to find a participating credit union outside of our local area, feel free to call our Member Service staff at (877) 353-4144.

What type of transactions can I do?

Through the Shared Branching network, Members are able to conduct the following transactions:

  • Cash or check deposits
  • Cash or check withdrawals
  • Cashing payroll checks
  • Loan payments
  • Transfer between accounts
  • Statement printouts

What account information do I need?

Members who participate in Shared Branching must provide the teller with:

  • The name of their home credit union
  • Their account number
  • A valid government-issued, unexpired photo ID such as a state driver’s license or U.S. passport

As a Member of the Lisbon Credit Union, you are able to automatically take advantage of this secure, no-cost service without registering with the Credit Union beforehand.