The $3.25 billion Kinecta Federal Credit Union in Manhattan Beach, Calif., is the latest cooperative in the Golden State to sign on with cuautocoupon Inc.
The Hauppauge, N.Y.-based company said in addition to Kinecta, it recently signed on five other California credit unions: the $516 million American First Credit Union in La Habra, $143 million South Western Federal Credit Union, also in La Habra, $58 million CalCom Federal Credit Union in Torrance, $29 million Mattel Federal Credit Union in El Segundo and $7.8 million City of Downey Federal Credit Union in Downey.
“We continue to grow our network strongly in California,” said cuautocoupon President Robert O'Hara. “Clearly, this is our intent and we will equally mirror this on the East Coast and the nation's midsection. Our goal has always been to build a strong core network of credit unions in specific targeted regions over a short period of time.”
The latest clients builds on partnerships cuautocoupon secured with three additional California credit unions in May.
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