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CO-OP launches site for consumers redesigns corporate site
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. (11/7/11)--CO-OP Financial Services has created a new website dedicated to serving consumers--both members and non-members. It also has launched a revised corporate website.

The new consumer site, www.co-opnetwork.org, aims to assist members of participating credit unions locate more than 28,000 surcharge-free ATMs in the nationwide CO-OP Network. It will link to a locator for more than 4,400 offices within the CO-OP Shared Branch network. It also will provide instructions on how to find ATMs using mobile, text, GPS and phone systems, as well as background information about credit unions and their benefits.

"We created a new consumer site and kept it separate from the corporate site so that credit union members can more easily find the information most important to them--where to find a surcharge-free ATM and a credit union branch near them," said Stan Hollen, president/CEO. "We are also passionate about growing the credit union movement, so we want to use co-opnetwork.org to let non-members know why credit unions are so much better than banks."

The revised corporate site, www.co-opfs.org, has a new color scheme and easier navigation of content. It provides information on CO-OP products and services, online product demos; client resources such as CO-OP Ad Lab; events, including training and webinars; details on CO-OP Miracle Match participations for Credit Unions for Kids fundraisers; and links to the company's THINK conference.


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