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The $600 million Vermont State Employees Credit Union, which is embroiled in a legal challenge over the use of the term “banking” in its advertising, appealed Friday for member and public support for its cause, warning an unfavorable outcome could lead to a switch to a federal charter.

In a message posted Thursday on its website describing the latest developments in what it calls a “battle with banks,” Steven D.  Post, president/CEO of the Montpelier credit union, called on members to write, email and phone the Department of Financial Regulation to halt a planned cease and desist order. 

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