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DALLAS — The Texas Credit Union League has turned to a former bank robber to help teach member credit unions to avoid becoming robbery victims.

Troy Evans, a convicted bank robber who has spent at least seven years in federal penitentiaries, urged CUs to be sure to greet members when they come through the door of the branch, have CU staff sign nondisclosure agreements about daily operations in branches and ensure there are at least a few men in each of CU branch.

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