Volt Credit Union Co-Op Network ATMs

Volt Credit Union has two physical locations to serve you, but you have access to your funds 24/7 through online banking. You can also get cash through our expansive network of 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs through the Co-Op Network. Today’s blog from Volt Credit Union describes what the Co-Op Network entails.

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What Are Co-Op Connected Credit Unions?

Volt Credit Union is part of the Co-Op Network. This network includes 3,500 institutions across the United States with more than 30 million card-carrying members. There are more than 30,000 ATMs total among more than 5,600 shared branches. More than 3 billion transactions happen every year on Co-Op Network ATMs. 

You’re in good hands with the Co-Op Network.

Locate a Branch or ATM

The Co-Op Network website allows you to find a branch and surcharge-free ATMs. You can also download the app to your smartphone or mobile device to have these ATM locations at your fingertips. Android and Apple devices are supported by the app. 

For example, in Springfield alone there are more than 20 ATMs you can use without a fee, from the south side to the north side and many points in between. Compare this network to some banks that limit their cards to their own ATMs without a fee. If you need cash in a pinch, you can save on some fees associated with withdrawals. When you consider some ATM fees can reach $3 and $4, you can save a bundle over time using our in-network ATMs versus a bank’s.

The locator tells you the location of an ATM, what kind of machine it is (drive-through or walk-up or both), and directions on how to get there.

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Need an ATM? Volt Credit Union Can Help!

Volt Credit Union makes it easy to bank at an ATM without any surcharges. Do you have any other questions? Contact Volt Credit Union or call (417) 862-0471 for more information on our ATM network.

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