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CINCINNATI — With more than a million automobiles taken as the result of theft each year what would happen if one of your longstanding members finds nothing in their parking space but shattered glass? Or what if a member at your largest SEG gets hurt and can no longer work or afford his car loan? What have you done to help him in advance?

“It is the job of the credit union loan staff to help every member slow down and plan for the future; looking at all of their loan protection options,” said Phil Markwell, partner at Frost Financial Services, a provider of vehicle loan protection services with more than 800 credit union customers. “As lenders, it’s what we would want for our loans. Consider it the new golden rule–the Rule of 300: a credit union lender should present 100% of the credit union’s loan protection options to 100% of your members, 100% of the time.”

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