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Shared Branching locator app launched for Android market
ONTARIO, Calif. (6/1/10)--Financial Services Centers Cooperative (FSCC) has introduced a Shared Branching locator application on the Android market. The “app” was developed by LocatorSearch LLC, is available as a free download, and offers more than 6,400 locations for Shared Branching transactions. The app will provide credit union members a list of the most convenient locations to them, whether they are trying to locate a branch or a 7-Eleven location near their home, work, school or even while they are traveling, said FSCC President/CEO Sarah Canepa Bang. The application also provides addresses, contact information, hours or operation and driving directions to the location of the user’s choice. It has already generated 300 downloads and 5,000 searches since it was added to the Android Market the week of May 17-21. FSCC offers a Shared Branching network for credit unions, and has more than 6,400 deposit-taking locations in the U.S. and abroad.


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