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How Does Shared Branching Work?

How Does Shared Branching Work?

Open SignAs part of our Always On philosophy, Rivermark strives to make banking accessible and convenient for our members. That’s why Rivermark is proud to take part in the Shared Branch Network.

Whether you’ve moved, you’re on vacation or just on the other side of town, Shared Branching offers you the convenience of accessing your money at a one of 6,300 credit union branches from all over the U.S. Simply go to the branch, tell them you’re a Rivermark member and give them your member number and ID.

At any participating Shared Branch location, you can:

  • Make a deposit or withdrawal
  • Make a Rivermark loan payment
  • Transfer funds
  • Purchase money orders or cashiers checks

Best of all? Shared Branching is free to all Rivermark members.

There are no extra steps needed to take advantage of this service. Just use our Shared Branch search to find a location near you, and that branch will be able aid you.

Shared branching is just one of the many perks of being a member of a financial cooperative. If you have any questions regarding this service, please contact us