Consumers rank identity theft alerts, and credit reporting high among services, and they’re willing to pay around $3 or $4 a month to use them.
The $2.3 billion State Employees Credit Union in Linthicum, Md., is planning its first merger in several years.
Mississippi begins push this week, while Indiana and Kentucky plan launch of "iBelong" campaign licensed from PCUA.
The number of affluent who turn to their credit union or bank for their investment and insurance needs is low, according to a Prudential Financial study.
Utah firm adds seven users from five states.
The Prime Performance 2011 California bank and credit union survey has ranked The Golden 1 Credit Union the top financial institution in several categories, including overall customer experience. The survey distinguishes Golden 1 as a top performer in customer service and satisfaction.
Who needs Batman or Ironman when there’s the Pen Air Patrol? The new team of local superheroes has swooped into the Pensacola, Fla. area to help save locals from “greedy hands of bad banks.”
Who needs Batman or Ironman when there's the Pen Air Patrol?
Be it rates, fees or the emotional aspects of their relationships, a new survey of credit union members and bank customers showed that credit unions once again came out on top.
The 220,000-member, $5.4 million San Diego County Credit Union reported that a debit card promotion tied to Bank Transfer Day wound up doubling the number of accounts the CU usually opens.