Credit unions hope the growing consumer anthem of “We’re not gonna take it,” over the latest debit card bank fees, has those consumers primed to make a switch.
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Credit unions across the country have been making the most of the opportunity that Bank Transfer Day represents.
Keystone State credit union rolling out new campaign just in time for Bank Transfer Day.
Credit unions in Ohio and South Carolina are aiming to capitalize on anti-bank sentiment.
Virginia CU takes to the skies and the streets to get "Ditch Your Bank" message out, and some folks get all gassed up about it.
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.
The $1 billion Gesa Credit Union has no problem with the widening industry campaigns of bank-bashing.
Banks raising fees have given some CUs a competitive target.
The $1.2 billion credit union using takes to the air and the airwaves with pro-CU message.