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James Michael Guest, a former IT manager for Magnify Credit Union, is scheduled to appear in a Florida court in March to face felony charges of grand larceny and fraud for allegedly charging nearly $90,000 in unauthorized purchases on corporate debit cards.

Guest was arrested by police last week, some 17 months after the NCUA approved the merger of the $80.2 million Magnify CU with the $26.7 billion Pentagon Federal Credit Union in McLean, Va., during the third quarter of 2019.

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