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Friday was the deadline for $1.5 billion Frontwave Credit Union in Oceanside, Calif., to answer questions in a scathing letter from members of Congress based on a media report that the credit union has "exploited young service members by charging them millions of dollars in predatory and exorbitant overdraft fees."

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