Two employees at a $4.2M Illinois community credit union are sentenced for their crimes.
Charles Juska pleaded not guilty to charges he created fraudulent loans to cover delinquencies.
The former president of a small credit union uses his league chapter treasurer position to defraud his CU.
Thanks to low yields and rising interest rates, credit unions could see increased early withdrawal penalties.
Photographer Mitch Goldstone filed the interchange antitrust lawsuit back in 2005.
Jessica Sorensen receives light jail time and probation for brazen fraud.
Roman Seleznev, known in the criminal underground as Track2, stands accused of stealing 180K credit cards.
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Paul C. Smith, former president of the recently merged Laclede Community Credit Union, admits he stole $60K.