Credit Union Times Magazine November-11, 2009

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  • Breach Notifications Not Understood

    A new report from Javelin Strategy and Research suggests that many credit and debit card holders fail to understand the importance of a notice saying that a credit card or debit card has been breached and do not protect themselves from fraud.

  • Navy Federal Celebrates Remote ATM

    Navy Federal Credit Union was scheduled to hold a ribbon-cutting ceremony last month to celebrate a new ATM at Camp Lemonnier, a military facility supporting U.S. antipiracy and antiterrorism operations on the horn of Africa.

  • CU24 Brings Three Onto Network

    Credit Union 24 has announced that three more credit unions have joined the network. The addition brings 35,000 more credit union members and $225 million more in assets to the national credit union-owned ATM and EFT network.

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  • PEOPLE

    Service Credit Union, Portmouth, N.H., announced that its President/CEO Gordon A. Simmons was re-elected as chairman of the Defense Credit Union Council for the 2009-2010 term. Simmons has served as chairman for the past two years and from 2000-2002.

Other

  • ONLINE VOTING POLL UPDATE

    With the elimination of the Federal Family Education Loan Program looming and with overhead and college tuition costs continuing to rise, Credit Union Times decided to ask how many credit unions offer student loans to members.

  • AWARDS

    located in Salem won the regional/national business of the year award from the Salem Area Chamber of Commerce.

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