New Jersey credit union heeds call to extend hours on Nov. 5, declares itself 'Bank Transfer Headquarters.'
Community banks are ready to benefit from "consumer choice," trade groups say.
"Occupy Wall Street" protest targets Nov. 5 as "Bank Transfer Day."
Months after their victory over banks and credit unions on the debit interchange issue retailers are gearing up to fight another battle.
To bash or not to bash banks? It’s been a hotly debated issue that probably won’t be definitively resolved any time soon.
It looks to be another big year for the “dump your bank” marketing campaigns that were fired up by credit unions in 2010 as media coverage mounted on the woes of big banks.
Rather than trying to fight the competition or outperform them, emphasize the credit union difference.
Organized labor in Florida is asking its members to pull their funds out of major banks supporting what labor leaders call a union-busting bill.
Guest blogger Chris Barber, a veteran of more than 20 years in information technology, is a former CIO of WesCorp and now a consultant to credit unions.
While customer satisfaction with credit unions has dipped they still fare better overall than big banks.