A September victory for a Pennsylvania credit union against an ATM disclosure complaint appears to vindicate the advice of attorneys and insurance providers that credit unions take special care to monitor their ATMs to rebuff similar cases.

The complaint arose from Gerald Reviello who, according to court records, alleged that the 107,000-member, $848 million Philadelphia Federal Credit Union had failed to provide a notice about its ATM fee on the outside of a machine.

Reviello sued under the Electronic Funds Transfer Act.

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