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The $3.25 billion Kinecta Federal Credit Union in Manhattan Beach, Calif., is the latest cooperative in the Golden State to sign on with cuautocoupon Inc.

The Hauppauge, N.Y.-based company said in addition to Kinecta, it recently signed on five other California credit unions: the $516 million American First Credit Union in La Habra, $143 million South Western Federal Credit Union, also in La Habra, $58 million CalCom Federal Credit Union in Torrance, $29 million Mattel Federal Credit Union in El Segundo and $7.8 million City of Downey Federal Credit Union in Downey.

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