Pick Your ATM Wisely


It just makes good financial sense to avoid having to pay ATM surcharge fees whenever and wherever possible. Why would you want to pay a fee to wrap your hands around your money? There’s something that just doesn’t make a lot of sense about that.

Let’s face it, fees are ways in which any business, including a lot of financial institutions, make money. The difference here is that there are financial institutions that aren’t out to nickel and dime their customers, or members as they are commonly known. These financial institutions are called credit unions and they have their members’ best financial interest in mind.

A long time ago when credit unions came into existence, their operating philosophy centered around a cooperative nature. That means those involved pooled together, worked together, to help everyone who made up the whole. It wasn’t about me, myself, and I. It was, has been and continues to be about you, the member.

Today, credit unions have joined together to help out each other’s members save money, especially at the ATM. When you use an ATM in the CO-OP, CU$ and also in the NYCE ATM networks, you can avoid paying surcharge fees.

To find a surcharge free ATM near you or while you are travelling, visit the following. Please note that while you may not be charged a surcharge fee, you may be charged other fees such as non-sufficient fund fees.

www.members1st.org – click “Locations”, followed by “More Surcharge-Free ATMs”

CO-OP ATM Network

CU $ ATM Network

NYCE ATM Network

 Pick your ATMs wisely and you’ll save yourself a lot of money.

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