Stripes' ATM Discount

Chain inks past with Security Service Federal Credit Union

CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas -- Security Service Federal Credit Union has formed a partnership with convenience store retailer Stripes LLC to offer its members expanded access to their cash through Stripes' network of ATMs.

The partnership will allow credit-union members to use the in-store ATMs at more than 500 Stripes convenience stores and Town & Country convenience stores in Texas, Oklahoma and New Mexico for a reduced fee of 50 cents per transaction, according to a report in the San Antonio Business Journal.

The partnership gives additional convenience [image-nocss] and accessibility to the credit union's members.

Security Service spokesman John Worthington said the partnership with Stripes allows the credit union to better serve its members in the Rio Grande Valley, Coastal Bend and other regions in Texas where it operates.

"We are confident that our members will enjoy having access to low-cost ATM services available to them through our partnership with Stripes," Worthington said.

Stripes already partners with nine different credit unions that offer ATM service to their members.

Stripes LLC, Corpus Christi, Texas, was founded by the Susser family in 1938. Today, it operates under the Stripes and Town & Country brands.

San Antonio-based Security Service Federal Credit Union is the largest credit union in Texas and the ninth largest in the nation. It has more than $5 billion in assets and over 700,000 members in Texas, Colorado and around the world. It operates 36 locations in Texas and 14 in Colorado.