NWCUA Strategic Link partner CSCU talks about moving away from the physical card and going digital.
Compliance Center: Members Wanting to Open Accounts Without Providing Any Taxpayer Identification Number
Setting the record straight on identification required to open accounts; your question answered about identifying non-U.S. persons under CIP; plus this week’s legal briefs.
See how human intervention impacted a recent court ruling on a TCPA complaint; your question answered on opening an account for someone without a Social Security number; plus this week’s legal briefs.
Financial education is part of the credit union DNA, and Northwest credit unions lead that charge. The National Youth Involvement Board reports nationally, credit unions reached 366,356 students last year.
As mobile and online banking become the primary ways Americans access their accounts, these grants offer great opportunities for credit unions to boost their competitiveness in the digital marketplace.
The credit union shared branching network is now third in the nation in number of branches.
Grant round open for training staff and hiring interns; applications take only minutes.
The NCUA says no 2014 premium, approves joint rule amending flood insurance and correction to corporate rule.
The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) recently published a semi-annual update of the rulemaking agenda. Also in today’s Anthem: Legal Briefs, and the Question of the Week: “Can a credit union open a share account for someone who only has an ITIN and not a Social Security Number?”
WSECU and the Washington state Attorney General’s Office are telling consumers this week that they should not respond to text messages and be wary of automated phone calls that claim their debit cards have been deactivated or suspended. Also: Microsoft is scrambling to patch a serious vulnerability in its Internet Explorer browser.
Recent data breaches at Target and other retailers have been in the news a lot, but identity theft can take many forms. Do your members know how to prevent identity theft? Do they know what to do if their personal or financial information is compromised? Check out these great strategies from CSCU – and pass them along to members now!
Credit union members can now save even more on most Chevrolet, Buick and GMC vehicles with the Credit Union Member Discount from GM and CU Solutions Group.
What do we do when a fraud claim is filed but the member wrote their pin on their debit card?
What does compliance with the Servicemember’s Civil Relief Act mean to credit unions in terms of how they apply the mandated rate reductions to loans?
Strategic Link partner Repo Remarketing offers a potential solution to credit unions trying to locate repossessed vehicles. The License Plate Camera Systems program is discussed in this week’s Strategic Link Question of the Week.
What happens if a tax refund was automatically deposited into the wrong account?
Strategic Link business partner John M. Floyd and Associates has been working to provide the CFPB with a balanced look at how transparent overdraft programs can benefit informed account holders, and their findings revealed patterns of overdraft use that disproportionately impacts young adults and consumers of low and moderate income.
Who should we call when the credit union receives counterfeit money?