The FBI is investigating whether the former manager of the former Parsons-Pittsburg Credit Union embezzled $10 million and gambled it away at casinos in Oklahoma and Missouri, according to documents filed in U.S. District Court in Wichita, Kan.
Lawsuits over repossessions are increasing and following each step of the law is critical, a credit union lawyer advises.
Former employee of liquidated Parsons-Pittsburg Credit Union cites millions in gambling, court documents say.
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.
An appeals court rules against a CUNA Management School entertainer and scolds her for filing frivolous suits.
Susan Carcieri's original conviction for a staged robbery was overturned on a technicality.
The Honolulu FBI says three employees embezzled funds in similar ways from the $12M OTSEFCU, but did not collaborate.
Credit unions wondering if the courts would make them change their debit card programs can rest easy for now.
Members claim four employees at the $608M credit union, including the CEO and COO, committed loan fraud to avoid overexposure to one member.