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WASHINGTON — Seeking the same treatment as their state-chartered counterparts, NAFCU today asked NCUA to delay enforcement of the rules on identity theft protection from Nov. 1 until May 1.

“Since the Red Flags rule was finalized last year, NAFCU has received a significant number of inquiries from our credit union members regarding the rule. Many credit unions have sought compliance assistance and expressed concerns over their ability to meet the November 1 compliance deadline. The challenges in meeting this deadline have only been exacerbated with the recent turmoil affecting the U.S. financial system, as resources have been directed toward issues that are most vital to ensuring continued consumer confidence in, and safety and soundness of, the credit union, NAFCU Associate Director of Regulatory Compliance Pamela Yu wrote the NCUA board members.

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