Shared Branching: Another Credit Union Diffrence!
WVU Credit Union has partnered with other credit unions across the country to provide members better and more convenient access to their accounts and money. Proudly, we are a part of the Shared Branching network, a fast-growing national and international network of credit unions that allow members of other credit unions to use their branches to conduct basic teller transactions.
You can conduct several basic transactions at more than 5,600 Shared Branching locations nationwide, including more than 400 in the Ohio and West Virginia Network.
What can you do at a Shared Branching location? Almost everything you normally do with a teller at WVU Credit Union, and there’s no additional charge to you. You can make deposits, withdrawal money, transfer funds, make loan payments, obtain a copy of your statement, and more.
When conducting a transaction at a Shared Branching location, provide the host credit union’s staff with your credit union name, member account number, and a photo ID. They will ask additional questions to ensure safety and security of your account.
Accessing your WVU Credit Union accounts has never been more convenient. For more information, contact WVU Credit Union at (304) 293-5737
Looking for a Branch Near You?
Whether you are moving across town or across the country, you can search for a Shared Branching locations near you with our locator below or by visiting https://wvucu.locatorsearch.com. Simply enter the city, state or zip code of your area of interest for a listing of the closest Shared Branching locations. It’s that easy!