Provide your members with real time access to nearly 30,000 ATMs
and more than 5,000 Shared Branching locations with the remote data
feed from CO-OP.
The CO-OP data feed is a remote XML feed that operates through
direct GET form posting of data to a URL.
Members can perform a search on your credit union website for
ATM locations, Shared Branching locations, or both and the results
are displayed directly to your credit union website.
Frequently Asked Questions:
Q: What is an API key?
A: API stands for Application Programming
Interface Key and is a code generated to allow credit unions to
access the CO-OP XML feed. The API key acts as both a unique
identifier and secret token for authentication to use the CO-OP XML
Q: What is the CO-OP XML feed?
A: The CO-OP XML (Extensible Markup
Language) feed allows credit unions to easily incorporate ATM
and/or Shared Branching search results onto their website. The feed
never interferes with the operation of your website. Adding the
feed provides functionality to your website and keeps members
Q: Do I need an API key?
A: An API key is needed before October 31st
in order to prevent a disruption in service only if you are
currently using the CO-OP locator XML search feed to directly
receive location search results to your CU website. If you are
currently NOT using the feed, but might do so after October 31st,
then you can register for an API key whenever you are ready to
implement. You do not need an API key to link to the CO-OP
locator's or to use the "CO-OP Search Widgets".
Q: If I only want to have a link on my website
(ex: www.allco-op.org) for
CO-OP location searches, do I still need to register for an API
A: No, registration of an API key is only
required if you want to implement the CO-OP XML feed on your
Q: Is there a fee to register for an API or to use the
CO-OP XML feed?
A: No, there are no costs for CO-OP clients
to register for an API or use the CO-OP XML feed.
Q: What if I am not sure if I am already using an
existing CUSC API key?
A: If you are unsure then it is
recommended to register for a new one before October 31st to ensure
that any existing feed that you "might" be using is not