We understand that sometimes it’s just not possible or convenient to make it to one of our Volt locations (our Kansas office will be opening soon!). While we love seeing our members in person, our priority is the safety of you, our members, and our staff while finding ways to make conducting your credit union business convenient. Because of this, we wanted to make sure all our members know about shared branch banking.
Volt participates in a nationwide cooperative network of credit unions that all work together, making it possible for you to access your account at nearly 30,000 ATM locations and 5,600 Credit Union Shared Branch locations. Find one here.
So when might visiting a Shared Branch be the best option for you? Are you planning on traveling out of the area? Possibly stuck close to home because of bad weather – or a pandemic? What about our valued members on the north side of town who are patiently waiting for our new Kansas and Kearney location to open? These are all perfect opportunities to utilize this service!
So how does it work? When visiting a Shared Branch location, let the teller know you have an account with Volt. You’ll need to provide your account number and a valid government issued I.D. such as a driver’s license or passport. They’ll be happy to take care of your banking needs! Withdrawals, deposits, payments, transfers – you got it!