POSTED: 12:13 p.m. HST, May 12, 2014
LAST UPDATED: 12:55 p.m. HST, May 12, 2014
University of Hawaii Federal Credit Union members will now be able to use American Savings Bank ATMs without paying a surcharge under a new agreement between the two financial institutions.
The roughly 100 American Savings ATMs are in addition to about 275 First Hawaiian Bank terminals available to UHFCU members, bringing the total number of available surcharge-free ATMs to more than 375 statewide, according to a news release from the credit union.
"This agreement helps us provide another way we make it easy for our more than 29,000 UHFCU members to get cash when and where they need it," said Jeanine Morse, UHFCU president and chief executive officer.
UHFCU has nearly $548 million in assets and is currently the state's fourth largest credit union. UHFCU is a federally chartered credit union that serves the faculty, staff, students, and alumni association members of the University of Hawaii system statewide.