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Over the years, the credit union industry has witnessed notorious fraud and embezzlement cases involving CEOs and their family members, credit union members, rank-and-file employees, labor union chiefs, computer consultants, lawyers, real estate investors, government workers and entrepreneurs.

While there has been a lot of credit union fraud cases of varying degrees, this list focuses on what Credit Union Times believes to be the worst of the worst cases, which we name the Dirty Dozen. The individuals involved in these infamous heists –many of whom are still in prison – stole a total of more than $185 million over the past 25 years.

Peter Strozniak


Credit Union Times

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