TELLER + BROOKLYN COOPERATIVE
Teller is excited to announce that it is partnering with Brooklyn Cooperative to run a pilot program for its credit union members, starting in October 2016. Brooklyn Cooperative has always been one of the most innovative and customer-focused banking institutions in New York City. This partnership continues that trend by giving its members another option to communicate with the credit union and access Teller's educational resources.
This is the new Teller number for Brooklyn Cooperative. You can try it out by sending a text to this number and saying 'hi', or scrolling down for a list of other things you can say.
Pilot Program Information
Teller is a messaging platform for banks and credit unions. Brooklyn Cooperative will be using the Teller platform to provide members with the ability to communicate with Brooklyn Coop through text messaging. Now, when the credit union members have a question about their checking account or other financial products, they can chat with the Brooklyn Coop the same way they would chat with a friend or family member.
What Can Members Ask?
New and existing Brooklyn Cooperative members can send a text message to the new phone number and receive instant answers to over 300 questions. Here are just a few questions to try out:
- How do I open a new account?
- What do I do if I lost my debit card?
- How do I change my address?
- What are your hours today?
- How do I set up automatic payments?
- How do I build a budget?
- How much should I be saving for retirement?
- How can I improve my credit score?
- How do I start investing?
Teller Educational Material
Here are just a few of the topics that members can ask about:
Frequently Asked Questions
How Do i Try it out?
Send a text to 646.846.2667 (C-O-O-P). You can try saying 'hi' or just ask a question.
If I don't have a Brooklyn Cooperative Account, CAN I still USe this Service?
Yes, you can still use this service. You can send a text message to learn more about Brooklyn Cooperative, ask how to open a new account, or use the educational resources to learn more about personal finance.
Is My Information Safe?
Who can I contact for more information or support?
You can send an email to email@example.com with any questions you have, or use our contact form.