- What are the hours and addresses for your branches?
- What is a CO-OP® ATM?
- What is a CU Service Center?
- How can I find a Service Center in another state?
- I belong to another credit union and would like to know which of your branches would I be able to conduct transactions?
- Are there limitations when using a Service Center?
- I want to check my account balance but I can't visit any of your branches and I don't have access to a computer. What do I do?
- Can I send deposits or loan payments by mail?
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Credit unions are so unique that they work together to provide access to more than 28,000 no surcharge
CO-OP Network ATMs, including 6,000 deposit-taking and 5,500 7-Eleven locations throughout the U.S. and Canada. A CO-OP ATM is like an extension of LBS Financial Credit Union, providing you with easy access to your account without surcharges or fees.
Credit unions work together to provide access to more than 2,600 branches across the United States and Internationally. If an LBS Financial branch is not in your area, feel free to visit a Shared Branch to perform your routine transactions.
Click here to visit the CU Service Centers website.
I belong to another credit union and would like to know which of your branches would I be able to conduct transactions?
You may visit our Bixby Knolls, East Long Beach or Newport Mesa branch to conduct routine transactions through the CU Service Centers Network.
There are some limitations to services. Click here for more information.
I want to check my account balance but I can't visit any of your branches and I don't have access to a computer. What do I do?
Yes. Please mail your deposit or loan payments to:
LBS Financial Credit Union
Attention: Central Mail Processing
P.O. Box 4860
Long Beach CA 90804
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