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CO-OP, W.Va. league partner for ATM, electronic payment services
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. (6/25/14)--The West Virginia League Services Corp. (WVLSC), a subsidiary of the West Virginia Credit Union League, has partnered with CO-OP Financial Services to exclusively promote CO-OP ATM services to its member credit unions.

WVLSC will also promote, on a non-exclusive basis, CO-OP electronic payment processing services. Endorsed services include personal identification number and signature debit processing, in-house or pass-through credit processing and ATM terminal driving.
CO-OP also offers full-service credit processing through its partnership with The Members Group of Des Moines, Iowa.

"We are partnering with CO-OP because we wanted to align ourselves with a proven provider that can deliver EFT services geared to West Virginia's credit unions of all asset sizes," said Ken Watts, president of both the West Virginia league and its service corporation. "This is a great opportunity for credit unions to tap in to a leading provider of a variety of EFT platform solutions."

Said Stan Hollen, president/CEO of CO-OP: "We are confident this partnership with West Virginia League Service Corp. will help bring more credit unions into the CO-OP ATM network, making it easier and more convenient for members to access their accounts. Our payment processing services will also help the state's credit unions operate more efficiently and profitably."

CO-OP ATM is a nationwide network of 30,000 ATMs, 9,000 of which accept deposits, available surcharge-free to the members of participating credit unions. It is the nation's largest credit union-only network of ATMs.


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