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CO-OP Financial Services CUSN expand partnership
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. (9/5/12)--Credit Union Service Network (CUSN) has expanded its partnership with CO-OP Financial Services to offer more products and services.

CUSN will offer its clients CO-OP Network, CO-OP ATM Terminal Driving, CO-OP In-House Credit, CO-OP Debit and CO-OP Bill Pay.

CUSN also provides CO-OP Shared Branching, CO-OP Mobile, CO-OP My Deposit and CO-OP Member Center.

CO-OP Network comprises 30,000 surcharge-free ATMs nationwide, 9,000 of which are deposit-taking, while CO-OP ATM Terminal Driving provides management of ATM terminals and programs. CO-OP Debit includes both signature- and PIN-processing, and CO-OP In-House Credit is an internal or "pass-through" processing solution. Through CO-OP Bill Pay, credit union members receive, view, manage and pay all bills when they log on to their credit union's online banking site.

CUSN's market area includes Colorado, Idaho, Iowa, Nebraska, New Mexico and Wyoming. It also works works with several credit unions in Arizona, Texas and Oregon and will expand its market to include Kansas and Utah for the new products.


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