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Military credit unions appear to be stepping up to the plate quickly in extending low-cost interest loans to personnel and their families facing no paychecks in the face of a government shutdown but “haven’t seen much from the banks,” the chairman of the Defense Credit Union Council, Frank Padak, said today.

At scores of other CUs both military and otherwise across the U.S., Padak said, the industry is doing its job in “in providing relief in case of real hardships” to government workers and military families. Padak is president/CEO of the $694 million Scott CU in Collinsville, Ill.

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