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An El Paso, Texas credit union told members Sept. 22 that they had one month to opt out of an agreement in which they waive their right to civil trials or participating in a class-action lawsuit, a Texas newspaper reported.

In a three-page mailing obtained by the El Paso Times, GECU ($3.7 billion in assets, 403,628 members) told its members they had until Oct. 22 to opt out of the agreement.

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