Paul C. Smith, former president of the recently merged Laclede Community Credit Union, admits he stole $60K.
DETROIT – Payday loans paid off in installments rather in one lump sum are significantly less expensive for consumers, carry less rollover for borrowers, and result in a smaller payday loan industry.
Stripped of its veneer, this is a risk management issue, says a Chicago-based financial services attorney.
This opinion piece looks at mobile banking at credit unions, including account opening and biometrics as competitive necessities.
Big data providers aren't providing quality credit scoring information, according to a recent study from the National Consumer Law Center.
Rhonda Liddle, wife of convicted AEA executive William Liddle, appeals her conviction on technicalities and lack of evidence.
The Trailblazer Service to the Underserved winner, the $61 million Lower Valley Credit Union, uses auto loans to provide opportunities for the underserved.
Rural Washington credit union uses auto loans as a major tool for serving its farm-based membership.
Debra Kinney pleads guilty to embezzling from now-shuttered Border Lodge Credit Union.
Weapons caches, "sinful things", loan participation ripoffs and the last of the feminist-chartered credit unions.