Xtend Shared Branching

What is Shared Branching?  

Xtend Shared Branching is a cooperative project with hundreds of credit unions offering the ability to conduct transactions on your ICCU account at more than 160 credit union locations across the USA. This free service is part of a cooperative venture, that started with Michigan Credit Unions and is spreading across the nation!

Members can do a variety of ICCU transactions at participating Shared Branching credit unions in Indiana, Michigan, New York, South Dakota and Washington state.  There is no cost to use a shared branching location.

Shared Branching Security

If you visit an Xtend Shared Branch -- which is another credit union offering transactions for ICCU members at no cost to you -- please be aware that increased privacy controls have been implemented.

You will be asked the following to verify your identity when doing an ICCU transaction at a Shared Branch:

  • Account Number:  Your ICCU account number (or account card)
  • Identification:  A valid drivers license, or other valid form of ID with picture
  • Code Word:  A one or two word "code" that you may have created
  • Security Questions:  Answers to verify your identity comparing the information on file at ICCU.
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