Bill Hampel talked about credit unions as many consumers are looking to them as an alternative to commercial banks, and he responded to… read more
Bill Hampel talked about credit unions as many consumers are looking to them as an alternative to commercial banks, and he responded to telephone calls and electronic communications. Some commercial banks recently began charging new customer fees in reaction to an amendment included in the 2010 financial regulations law that limits debit card swipe fees. Topics included the differences between credit unions and banks, and the impact of government policy on credit union' banking abilities.
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