To ensure that North Carolinians are registered to vote, State Employees’ Credit Union and the state’s board of elections have partnered to make it happen.
Credit unions in eastern North Carolina began preparing for Hurricane Irene Friday, closing branches, bracing for followup.
The $22 billion State Employees’ Credit Union said it looks forward to “showcasing all we’ve been doing for consumers” now that it is the first state-chartered CU to formally come under regulatory purview of the new Consumer Financial Protection Bureau.
Don't look now, but criminals are moving beyond the ATM and unwary retailer when trying to steal your members' card numbers and raid their accounts.
Financial institutions in North Carolina, including the $18 billion State Employees' Credit Union have been wrestling since roughly mid-December with a novel approach to card skimming.