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BROOKLYN, N.Y. — If members cannot easily visit Polish and Slavic Federal Credit Union, the CU will go to the members.

The $1.2 billion credit union has launched a mobile branch to reach out to its membership, which is steadily becoming more far flung geographically. The mobile branch is a 40-foot truck which carries an ATM, a member service area and two teller windows. Members banking at the mobile branch will be able to make deposits and withdrawals as well as applying for a wide variety of loans, including credit cards.

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