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Handling negative comments quickly on social media sites such as Twitter can show that a credit union is paying attention and wants to solve the problem, said Susan Dyer, communication specialist with the Kansas Credit Union Association.

Just when your credit union starts getting the hang of Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Google+, someone writes a negative post on your page, and all hell breaks loose.

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