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New York credit unions have added at least 39,000 members and grown deposits by $270 million since Bank of America announced it would impose a $5 monthly fee on debit cards, according to the Credit Union Association of New York.

Following up on CUNA’s announcement Thursday that an estimated 650,000 new accounts have been opened nationwide since that day, CUANY also said Friday that it had recorded 26,951 searches for a New York credit union at locator website asmarterchoice.org by mid-October, compared with 1,161 in August.

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