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ATM Locations

You can use your SAMM or DEBIT card without a fee at any of the following locations. In addition members now have access to 30,000 CO-OP NETWORK ATM's across the nation, including over 5,000 in California, without any fees or service charges.  Click the CO-OP logo below for a list of CO-OP Network ATM's.

Bakersfield
Safe 1 Offices
1400 Mill Rock Way
400 Oak Street
8200 Granite Falls Drive
5555 California Avenue
 
Delano
Safe 1 Office
1101 Cecil Ave.
 
Taft
Safe 1 Office
1092 W Kern Street
Taft College Cafeteria
29 Cougar Court
Atrz Westside Chevron
100 Kern Street
 
Tehachapi
Safe 1 Office
20141 Valley Blvd.
Downtown Tehachapi - Water Tower Plaza
107 East Tehachapi Blvd.
 
Porterville
Safe 1 Office
680 No. Prospect Ave.
Porterville Developmental Center*
26501 Avenue 140
Rohrbach's Baby News
Willow & "D" Street
Rite Aid
66 West Morton Ave.
 
Visalia
Safe 1 Office
1407 East Noble Ave.
Rite Aid
1735 East Walnut Ave.
5212 West Walnut Ave.
2727 South Mooney Blvd.
 
Dinuba
Rite Aid
875 North Alta Ave.
2200 East El Monte Way
 
Tulare
Rite Aid
1645 East Tulare Ave.
110 East Cross Ave.
 
Lindsay
Rite Aid
Olivewood Shopping Center
 
Exeter
Rite Aid
1119 West Visalia Road

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Your SAMM Card may also be used at any ATM network displayed below for a $2.00 fee. NOTE: The institution which owns the ATM may also assess a "surcharge" in addition to our fee. Pay close attention to the information provided on the ATM screen to determine whether the ATM owner adds a surcharge.

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ATM Safety Tips

Following these important safety tips can increase your security at an ATM.

  • Memorize your Personal Identification Number (PIN). Do not write the PIN on your ATM/debit card or leave it in your wallet. If your card is lost or stolen it cannot be used unless your PIN is provided.
  • Keep your PIN a secret. It is for your protection. Someone you trust today may not be trustworthy tomorrow. Never give your PIN to anyone, even if they are helping you with the transaction. If you suspect unauthorized use of your card, notify us immediately.
  • Stand between the ATM and the people waiting to use the machine, and shield the keyboard so others can't see you enter your PIN.
  • Always take your ATM receipt with you. Receipts contain valuable account information that should be safeguarded.
  • Refrain from displaying your cash by putting your money away before leaving the ATM. Wait to count your money until you are safely in your car or at home.
  • When using the ATM after sunset, consider going with another person to an ATM in a well-lighted area. If someone in the area looks suspicious, cancel your transaction, retrieve your ATM/debit card and immediately leave the area. Choose another ATM in a safer area.
  • Be prepared before going to the ATM. If you're making a deposit, fill out your envelope and/or deposit slip, place your check or cash in the envelope and seal it before you arrive at the ATM location.
  • Have your ATM/debit card ready to insert into the machine before arriving at the ATM so you don't have to reach into your purse or wallet while standing in front of the ATM.
  • Don't fall for "con' games. If anyone asks you to withdraw money for any reason, leave the area at once. Notify your financial institution and local law enforcement officials immediately of any criminal activity.
  • Never give information about your ATM account to strangers or anyone over the telephone. Only communicate this information in person.
  • Be certain the transaction is complete and review the receipt before leaving the premises. Always remember to take the receipt with you and record it in your register. Then shred your receipt before discarding it, since it contains valuable account information.
  • When using a self-service payment terminal - such as a gas station - after sunset, make certain the area is well-lighted. Always shield the PIN you enter form any potential onlookers. If someone in the area looks suspicious, cancel your transaction and immediately leave the area or consider using a terminal indoors.