Two Texas CUs In ATM Sharing Agreement

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The $2-billion Randolph-Brooks FCU and the $483-million Firstmark Credit Union have entered into a shared ATM agreement allowing members from both institutions to access funds at any machine owned by one of the credit unions. The agreement will offer 50 ATM locations in South Texas for their the combined 300,000 members to use. Members will not be charged fees to access their accounts through these shared ATMs.

"In the spirit of cooperation and convenience for members, credit unions have always worked to share ideas and resources within the Credit Union Movement," said RBFCU CEO Randy Smith. "This partnership is a testament to that cooperation, allowing the members of both Randolph-Brooks and Firstmark the opportunity to save money by providing access to more ATMs without having to pay a surcharge to use them."

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