Credit Union Times Magazine July 2, 2014

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  • Vermont CU in Water Loan Program

    Homeowners in Vermont will have access to a new state loan program that will help with the cost of repairing or replacing failed residential wastewater and drinking water systems.

  • America First Revs Up Apps

    The $6.3 billion America First Credit Union in Riverdale, Utah, said it now is the first financial institution in the state to offer merchant-funded offers and loans through a mobile app.

  • Dwolla Adds to Pay Rails

    Des Moines, Iowa-based payments innovator Dwolla announced another payment innovation: Dwolla Direct, which lets individuals and organizations send money over the Dwolla network without registering for a full account.

  • ATM Fleets Grow, Earn Less

    A new white paper sponsored by the ATM Industry Association found independent ATM firms deployed more machines in the past four years but made less money. The ATMIA is the trade association for primarily independent ATM firms.

  • Kansas Manager Pleads Guilty

    A former credit union manager pleaded guilty in U.S. District Court in Topeka, Kan., on June 17, admitting she embezzled $93,500 from the $1.5 million Jayhawk Federal Credit Union in Lawrence, Kan.

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  • People

    The $187 million First Financial Federal Credit Union in Wall Township, N.J., hired Jennifer Spector as compliance and risk analyst. She has more than 10 years of banking experience, most recently as branch manager for First Atlantic Federal Credit Union in Eatontown, N.J.

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