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PASADENA, Calif. — Six weeks after 21,000 letters were mailed to Priority One Credit Union members with Social Security and account numbers inadvertently printed on the envelopes, no accounts have been compromised and few members have taken the credit union up on its offer for a year’s worth of free credit report monitoring from Equifax, the CU’s president/CEO says.

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