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As the number of financial crimes committed against senior citizens rise, Catholic United Financial Credit Union is encouraging other credit unions and banks to spot suspicious activities.

Terri Maloney (pictured at left), president/CEO of the $18 million credit union in St. Paul, Minn., was one of several representatives at a press conference held Tuesday by the Minnesota Department of Commerce.

 

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