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CO-OP adds mobile, ATM, deposit re-sellers.

CO-OP Financial Services said it has added six more partners as distributors of its mobile banking solution and four more business partner agreements for other company services.

The six partners added for CO-OP Mobile since mid-July are Credit Union Centers of Indiana, Credit Union Service Network of Colorado, the Kentucky Credit Union League, the New Jersey Credit Union League, the Tennessee Credit Union League and Universal Sharing Network Inc. of New York.

"With the addition of six new CO-OP Mobile business partners, we expect to accelerate our new business pace thorough their knowledge of the needs of local credit unions and their outstanding reputations for adding value to the products and services they represent," said Ritch Ellis, vice president of national sales for CO-OP in Rancho Cucamonga, Calif.

CUSN and NJCUL also have signed onto the CO-OP My Deposit online home deposit tool; as has KCUL for CO-OP's network of 28,000 surcharge-free ATMs. Synergent Technology Services, Westbrook, Maine, a CO-OP Network business partner since January, has also signed an agreement to sell CO-OP My Deposit, the company said

CO-OP Mobile was launched in February and integrates into the CO-OP Next Generation Network, the company said. Credit union members can use the CO-OP Mobile application via their mobile devices to verify balances, view transaction history and transfer funds between accounts.
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Title Annotation:FRAUD/IT SECURITY
Publication:Credit Union Times
Date:Sep 2, 2009
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