Sept. 5, 2005


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  • Hello, My sister live and work in New Orleans,LA as a nurse at one the local hospitals. She was leaving for work on Sunday, gathering all her personal belongings (extra clothes, important papers, etc...) before she left, and forgot her state idetification, and ATM Card. She has her Bank Account # but, she has no access to the funds available in her account. She's now in Atlanta, Ga with her daughter and son, what steps she take to get access to her funds at one of the Credit Unions in New Orleans. My name is Darren Stewart and live in Lawrenceville, New Jersey
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  • Good Idea. I wonder though what is going to be done to help these people when they obviously will have no means to repay their debts any time soon. I'd like to know what the banks, credit unions and creditors intend to do to help these people. My suggestion is forgive their debts since they obviously are going to be going without for a very long time, with no fault of their own.
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  • Innovative idea!
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  • It is possible I have access to a newly constructed auto dealership that was not damaged very badly in Slidell. Is it an idea that the credit union might be set up inside that dealership to launch it's organization? If interested, my e-mail is TLaugesen@cscu.com. or 719-482-7710
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  • It's hard to imagine the extent of the devastation. Collectively we can help to aleviate some of the loss.
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  • You are so right Bucky, we ALL need to put our heads together, work together and provide viable solutions to the employees and thier members. I had heard through one of the media resources that someone was trying to get a mobile home park set up near New Orleans to provide some housing for these folks. It's a wonderful idea but they are obviously going to need some funds to do that. I think this may be a wonderful opportunity for our spirit of "People helping People" to come alive and provide some low rate or no rate financing to the companies who are wanting to do this. In addition, those credit unions in the outlying areas as well as the areas in which people are being relocated, who are in the market for additional staff need to seek these employees from the devastated CU's out and hire them.
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