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Fighting ATM fraud (Image: Shutterstock).

Credit unions offer access to some of the most sophisticated ATMs in the world, but like other financial institutions, they are still battling a nagging problem: Skimming. Among credit unions, it’s the third most prominent type of fraud, according to a recent survey by CO-OP Financial Services, and many don’t expect those skimming attempts to let up anytime soon. Here’s what two industry pros said credit unions can expect in 2019 and what they can do now to help stem the skimming.

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