RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. (December 29, 2011) - CO-OP Financial Services, W.C.U.L. Services Corp. (WCUL) and Wisconsin Credit Union Shared Service Centers, Inc. (WCUSSC) are announcing a partnership to market CO-OP Network and Payment Processing services.
WCUL of Pewaukee, Wis., and WCUSSC of Greenfield, Wis., will market CO-OP products to more than 210 Wisconsin-based credit unions, with more than 2.2 million members. CO-OP offers services that maximize member convenience and operational efficiencies for credit unions.
WCUSSC already offers CO-OP Shared Branching, CO-OP Member Center and CO-OP E-Commerce Solutions. With the new agreement, WCUL and WCUSSC will also promote CO-OP Network and CO-OP Payment Processing services.
Member of participating credit unions can access 28,000 surcharge-free CO-OP Networks ATMs nationwide, 9,000 of which are deposit-taking.
"This is a great example of credit union-owned entities collaborating to enhance opportunities for credit unions to strengthen relationships with their members," said Brett Thompson, President, Wisconsin Credit Union League.
"The surcharge-free ATM network and payment processing options are tremendous compliments to the growing shared branching network we already offer through CO-OP," said Rick Hagopian, President, WCUSSC. The partnership between WCUSSC, WCUL and CO-OP provides even more ways for Wisconsin credit unions to stay connected with their members."
For more information on CO-OP products and services, visit www.co-opfs.org.
About CO-OP Financial Services
Based in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif. and founded in 1981, CO-OP Financial Services is the industry leader in access and convenience products for credit unions. CO-OP connects credit union members to their accounts through network, payment processing, e-commerce, shared branching and call center services. With more than 3,000 credit union members, 30 million cardholders, 28,000 surcharge-free ATMs, 4,400 shared branch locations and more than two billion annual transactions, CO-OP Financial Services offers the tools, counsel and leadership to help credit unions prosper. To learn more, visit www.co-opfs.org.