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Shared Branching

Your Credit Union is Where You Are!

 
  • Enter the city, state or zip code of your area of interest 
  • Provide photo ID to the Shared Branching staff 
  • Provide your credit union name and member account number 
 
Whether you’re spending winters in the sun, traveling for business, taking a vacation or living away at college – your credit union is where you are!
 
You can access your Bayer Heritage FCU accounts at over 5,000 locations nationwide at no additional cost. We are a proud participant in Shared Branching, a fast-growing national and international network of credit unions that allows members of other credit unions to use their branches to conduct basic teller transactions.
 

At ANY Shared Branching location, you can:

  • Get a copy of our account history
  • Make loan payments
  • Withdraw money
  • Transfer funds
  • Make deposits
  • Cash checks
  • …and more!
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For additional information visit the Shared Branching Website or call 1.800.SITE.COOP

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what's new?

It's Santa Helper Loan & Winter Skip A Pay time! There's new stuff happening all the time at BHFCU. Keep up to date with the exciting changes & promos. See What's New
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NEED A Hand? we're here to help!

1-800.272.6003

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We'd be happy to have you! View eligibility requirements, check out the variety of member benefits or apply for membership!
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