First three episodes discuss maintaining an employee fraud policy and conducting surprise cash counts.
More information is revealed about how two women created and sold fake participation loans.
FBI agents confiscate 91 firearms from Linda Newcomb's home prior to her June 17 arrest.
Svetislav Vujovic is convicted on 13 counts for his role in a fraud scheme that cost the NCUSIF $186M.
The Honolulu FBI says three employees embezzled funds in similar ways from the $12M OTSEFCU, but did not collaborate.
The NCUA can intervene in a loan participation fraud suit involving the failed $13.8 million Lynrocten Federal Credit Union.
The NCUA says Northern Piedmont FCU's suit to recover loan participation losses from the failed Lynrocten FCU hampers liquidation.
A former employee of Northern California's UNCLE Credit Union was banned for stealing $606,541. Sentence includes mandatory gambling rehab.
The material loss report on the failed Taupa Lithuanian Credit Union reveals red flags back in 2010. The failure cost the NCUSIF $33.5 million.
John Dee Carruth, CEO of Alabama One, speaks out about his temporary suspension, lawsuits against the credit union and a short annual meeting.