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The NCUA recently banned a former accounting specialist, a former board attorney and three other former credit union employees.

Anna Chaberek, who worked as an accounting specialist for the $27 million Enterprise Credit Union in Brookfield, Wis., pleaded guilty to a theft charge, according to the NCUA. She deposited 328 fraudulent checks into six different bank accounts for a loss of $300,230 and 429 unauthorized ACH transactions that were deposited into three different bank accounts for a loss of $74,229. Chaberek was sentenced to five years in prison and ordered to pay $400,459 in restitution.

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