Shared Branching

Regardless of where you live, work, or travel, we’re as close as the nearest Shared Branch – enabling you to access hundreds of branch locations, nationwide.

To find a location, click here


What can you do at a shared branch?

  • Pay your GPFCU loan
  • Verify account balances
  • Withdrawal daily limit of $3,000 at any shared branch location (cash, check, or combination)
  • Transfer funds
  • Deposit cash or check

What cannot be done at a shared branch?

  • New Account Services
  • Account Maintenance
    • Change of address
    • Change of name
    • Stop payment requests
  • Loan Applications or loan closings
  • IRA Contributions or Withdrawals
  • Certificates of Deposit (purchase, withdrawal, and/or renewal)
  • Wire Transfers

What do you need when visiting a shared branch?

  • Your Identification (expired ID’s will not be accepted)
  • Your account number
  • The name of the credit union you are a member with (Greater Pittsburgh FCU)
  • The last 4 digits of your social

You must have these items in order to conduct business at a shared branch location.  If the representative there cannot verify you in three attempts, your request will be denied.

Digits in Member No. Shared Branching Account Number
6 01 * * * * * * 0
5 010 * * * * * 0
4 0100 * * * * 0
Example: 1234 010012340
The * represents your member number. Your member number is the number you used to enroll into online banking.
Your shared branching account number should be 9 digits total.