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May 7, 2007

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Chuck Van Court

7/26/2012 04:03 PM

Stanley takes a strong position and I agree with it. In fact, how about kicking it up a notch and expecting vendors to do a significant amount of their banking through credit unions? By proudly calling First Tech credit union our primary financial institution, I believe that Fuze better supports and understands the movement as members.

Phil Maniaci

7/26/2012 04:03 PM

Amen! At the end of the day it''s really about who''s looking out for you. It''s hard to understand why credit unions are paying hundreds of thousands of dollars to DealerTrack and RouteOne when the CUDL CUSO supports all four of Stan''s closing key questions. I''m not too sure the street or the captives have the movement''s interests in the forefront of their corporate objectives.


7/26/2012 04:03 PM

I, too, agree with Stanley''s position. On that same note, I also wonder why some credit unions do business with an insurance company (Chubb)which sponsors and funds an organization that is desperately trying to tax credit unions out of existence.

CU SalesPro

7/26/2012 04:00 PM

What about marketing companies ... Affinion, for one? They made their reputation in the BANK market and shifted emphasis years later. They work with and support thousands of banks.

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