CO-OP Financial services said it has signed 11 new credit unions for ATM and payments processing services
The Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.-based credit union service organization said it now serves 23 of the 25 largest credit unions in the U.S.
“We have 3,500 credit union partners that we are working with to educate members about omnichannel benefits of surcharge-free ATMs, shared branching, debit and credit solutions and digital wallet options,” CO-OP President and CEO Todd Clark said in a statement. “The addition of these credit union partners will advance our mission to deliver a seamless, secure experience to members across the many methods they prefer.”
The 11 new credit union customers include:
· Alliance Catholic Credit Union, Troy, Mich., $443 million in assets;
· Alliant Credit Union, Chicago, $9.5 billion in assets;
· CPM Federal Credit Union, North Charleston, S.C., $324 million in assets;
· Diamond Credit Union, Pottstown, Pa., $549 million in assets;
· EECU, Fort Worth, Texas, $2.5 billion in assets;
· FedChoice Federal Credit Union, Lanham, Md., $386 million in assets;
· Foothill Credit Union, Arcadia, Calif., $374 million in assets;
· HAPO Community Credit Union, Richland, Wash., $1.5 billion in assets;
· Texans Credit Union, Richardson, Texas, $1.5 billion in assets;
· NCPD Federal Credit Union, Plainview, N.Y., $727 million in assets; and
· United States Senate Federal Credit Union, Alexandria, Va., $638 million in assets.