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RIVERSIDE, Calif. — Two credit unions that received previously owned coin counters from another CU have uncovered some bugs.

The machines came from the $985 million Altura Credit Union, headquartered in Riverside, which decided to make their older coin machines available to the smaller CUs as part of the Shapiro Group program run by California and Nevada Credit Union League when the CU decided to upgrade to newer models. The Sharpiro Group program pools the resources of the credit union community to help smaller credit unions operate efficiently and effectively.

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