RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. (10/16/14)--Denali Alaskan FCU has added the CO-OP ATM network to its member services menu.
"Denali Alaskan joined the CO-OP ATM network to give members added value and options when it comes to ATM access," said Bob Teachworth, president of the $544 million-asset, Anchorage, Alaska-based credit union.
"It's particularly important to us to offer more than 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs nationwide. Denali Alaskan has thousands of members located throughout the Lower 48 and Alaskans also travel often throughout the rest of the nation," he said. "Our partnership with CO-OP Financial Services is just another way the credit union fulfills its commitment to our member needs."
In addition to using CO-OP ATM, the credit union also participates in CO-OP Shared Branch, enabling its members to visit more than 5,100 "live-teller" branches throughout the United States and conduct their business as if they were at Denali Alaskan's home branch.
Eight Alaska-based credit unions participate in CO-OP Shared Branch. There are a total of 36 shared branches in Alaska. Any member of any participating CO-OP Shared Branch institution across the country may access these branches.
With 30,000 ATMs, the nationwide CO-OP ATM network is larger than the network of any national bank. In addition to credit union branches, CO-OP ATMs can be found at retail outlets such as Walgreens, 7-Eleven and Costco.