Pacific Service Credit Union

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  • FOM Limit Discounted

    When a credit union makes the announcement that it is planning to convert to a bank, it almost always throws the industry into a tizzy.

  • Pacific Service CU Keeps Spotlight on Elder Abuse

    With a $5,000 donation to the Elder Financial Protection Network, Pacific Service Credit Union recently marked its 10th consecutive year of bringing awareness to preventing the financial abuse of elders and dependent adults.

  • Community Events

    Aberdeen Proving Ground Federal Credit Union, Aberdeen, Md., hosted its annual "Shred-It Day" recently. Members were encouraged to bring paper documents to

  • Donations

    Financial Center, Indianapolis, has raised more than $26,000 for the American Red Cross, contributing to the Haiti earthquake relief effort.

  • Donations

    Financial Center, Indianapolis, has raised $26,267.93 for the American Red Cross, contributing to the Haiti earthquake relief effort. The funds will provide

  • Rubber Duckies Race to the Finish

    Pacific Service Credit Union sponsored the 19th Annual Rubber Ducky Derby on Aug. 1 to benefit the Children's Hospital Oakland, which provides medical care to 170,000 children each year. The annual derby raised more than $1.3 million for the hospital.

  • Next Defense Against Boomer, Elderly Fraud Involves Medical Staff

    As if it weren't enough that some baby boomers are adjusting to not being able to retire when they would like to, many of them are now dealing with con artists targeting them for all kinds of fraudulent schemes.

  • People

    HarborOne Credit Union, Brockton, Mass., announced that Barry Koretz was appointed chairman of the board of directors.

  • AWARDS

    Credit Union Executives Society, Madison, Wis., announced that Barbara Kachelski,

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