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BOISE, Idaho – Home Banking for Credit Unions, a firm which helps CUs provide home banking to their members, has waived all billing to client CUs who are in the areas damaged by Hurricane Katrina. The firm said all fees for service, support, maintenance, hosting and other fees were being waived for six Louisiana credit unions, including the $10 million Internal Revenue FCU, the $23 million NODA FCU, the $19 million UNO FCU, the $17 million Louisiana Public Health Workers FCU, the $46 million Zellco Credit Union and the $9 million First Industrial FCU.

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