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From the Editors of CU Weekly

18 CREDIT UNIONS PARTNER WITH MOGL
updated 06/30/14 04:16 PM
Leading Restaurant Rewards Program
The California and Nevada Credit Union Leagues and MOGL partnership continues to blaze ahead with nearly 18 member credit unions leveraging the rewards platform to feed hungry families while strengthening their credit and debit card programs.

More than 13,000 meals have been donated by California and Nevada credit unions to local families in need, year to date. There are currently 13 credit unions enrolled in the program with an additional five preparing to launch.

Credit unions currently using MOGL include:

  • Ventura County CU
  • CalCom CU
  • LA Financial CU
  • Schools FCU
  • Santa Ana FCU
  • San Diego County CU
  • United Health CU
  • Vons Employees FCU
  • Eagle Community CU
  • Western FCU
  • Patelco CU
  • Downey FCU
  • Cal Center CU

More than 87,000 member payment cards are enrolled in MOGL program.

How it works: MOGL partners with financial institutions like credit unions to provide members with 10 percent cash-back every time they use their registered debit or credit card at one of the 2,000 participating restaurants.

If their transaction is more than $20, a meal will be donated to a community food bank via Feeding America. Members can also choose to donate some or all of their earned cash back to the local food bank.

The MOGL rewards program does not require coupons, punch cards, or check-ins.

To learn more, visit MOGL.com or contact Manager of Credit Union Solutions and Membership at the Leagues, Joyce King, at 909-212-6017 or joycek@ccul.org .

 
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