Meritrust Credit Union said today it has entered into an agreement with CO-OP Network that will give its members access to more than 28,000 ATMs in 50 states and 10 countries.
The three-year agreement allows the 62,000 members of the largest Kansas-chartered credit union to use non-Meritrust owned ATMs that are part of the CO-OP Network without being charged fees.
"It's a way we can provide nationwide ATM coverage for our members ... that we can't do" on our own, said Bob Corwin, Meritrust CEO.
The agreement takes effect Aug. 16. As part of the agreement, Meritrust's 17 ATMs will become a part of the CO-OP Network, Corwin said.
Locally, it will add access to more than 20 ATMs, he said.
CO-OP Network is operated by Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.-based CO-OP Financial Services.