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The NCUA Wednesday banned four former credit union employees who were convicted of theft or embezzlement.

Sonja L. Matos, a former employee who worked in the risk management/card services ATM department for the $1.2 billion Corning Federal Credit Union in Corning, N.Y., pleaded guilty to a theft charge. In U.S. District Court in Rochester, N.Y., in December 2015, she was sentenced to time served and two years of supervised release, and was also ordered to pay $40,000 in restitution. Matos stole the funds from the credit union’s ATMs, according to federal court documents.

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