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THE COST OF 'TCPA' NON-COMPLIANCE
updated 08/11/14 01:44 PM
Challenges and Recommendations
Wells Fargo Bank: $950,000. JP Morgan Chase: $11.3 million. Bank of America: $32.1 million. Wells Fargo Home Mortgage: $17.1 million. Sallie Mae: $24.1 million.

These are just a sampling of class-action settlements seen in the last few years based on alleged violations of the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA).

With statutory penalties of $500 to$1,500 per violation (each call is treated as a separate violation), TCPA is quickly becoming the new favorite statute among class-action attorneys.

Click here to read the entire Legal column within the August/September edition of Credit Union Digest!

 
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CU DIRECT TO DONATE 20K TO CMN updated 12/16/14 11:03 AM
‘20 for 20’ Anniversary Campaign
CU Direct, the nation’s leading provider of lending, automotive, and strategic solutions for credit unions, is celebrating its 20th anniversary by holding a contest to donate $20,000 to one of the nation’s Children’s Miracle Network (CMN) hospitals.

NCUA MAY BE LIABLE FOR DATA BREACH updated 12/16/14 10:05 AM
Flash Drive with Member Info Lost
The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) confirmed on Dec. 15 that a flash drive containing the personal information of Palm Springs FCU member was lost during a recent audit. The loss of data includes names, addresses, Social Security numbers, and account information.

PREPARE FOR HEALTH CARE REQUIREMENTS updated 12/16/14 09:42 AM
Also, Digital Media and Marketing
Federal health care law requirements, creating a quick digital message, and the marriage of innovation with marketing are all highlighted within the latest “Problem? Solved!” column in Credit Union Digest!

'IOLTA' BILL: A BIG WIN FOR MOVEMENT updated 12/15/14 10:36 AM
Two Credit Unions React
The Senate’s passage of H.R. 3468 on Thursday is big news for federally-insured credit unions in California and Nevada that serve attorney firms and other businesses, and could open the door to deepening current relationships and attracting new prospects.