Louren Velez, a former teller at the $5.7 billion Suncoast FCU in Tampa, Fla., was sentenced to three years in federal prison last month for conspiring with two credit union members who cashed fake federal income tax refund checks of more than $350,000, according to U.S. District Attorney's office in...
A former Suncoast FCU teller receives a three-year prison sentence for her role in a fake IRS refund check scheme.
Indianapolis man accused of bilking more than 5,000 investors.
A quick phone call by a $56M CU CEO to the IRS saves a member's deposits.
Mark Patchak, president/CEO of the $28.6 million Oshkosh Central Credit Union, was one of two employees suspended while the state investigates what it calls “substantial irregularities” at the Wisconsin credit union.
Report predicts 37 million Americans will open HSAs in the next five years, but will credit unions ride the wave?
CEO Mark Patchak suspended as Wisconsin authorities investigate substantial irregularities at the $28.6M credit union.
An FBI lead investigator suggests credit unions step up efforts to prevent fake online account openings.
The Internal Revenue Service's recent publication on UBITs represents far more than tax refunds to credit unions.
At press time, the SEC said it was continuing its investigation after charging an Indianapolis man with fraud for conducting an Internet offering that cost investors millions of dollars who invested funds in fictitious credit unions.