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C-Sun Studios
Reach tomorrow's audience and train your employees more powerfully through the power of video and digital media. The Leagues' C-Sun Studios offer all you need to create excellent videos and programs—affordably!
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League Services Corporation
League Service Corporation (LSC), formerly ICUL Service Corporation, the nation's largest credit union association-owned CUSO, offers the Apollo credit card program to small- and mid-sized credit unions. LSC also specializes in credit, debit, ATM, bill pay, stored value, and online banking services for credit unions of all asset sizes.
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CO-OP Financial Services
Take advantage of debit card services from California-based CO-OP Financial Services, the nation’s largest credit union service organization with nearly thirty years of service to credit unions.
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Fidelity National Information Services (FIS)
Customize your own first-rate credit card program from one of the world’s largest financial technology processing and services companies. The market leadership and operating efficiency of FIS offers you the greatest value at the lowest cost.
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Card Services for Credit Unions (CSCU)
CSCU is a partner and leader in credit card solutions for credit unions, providing customized products and services that maximize value for both credit unions and their members. CSCU currently serves nearly 3,000 credit unions.
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Harland Clarke
Strengthen your member ties with this leading provider of integrated payment solutions and more. Harland Clarke serves approximately 13,000 financial institutions nationwide.
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Save your members money with TurboTax and talk to them about investing their tax refund into one of your savings products
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From the Editors of CU Weekly

updated 08/29/14 11:44 AM
Full Disclosure is Key
The topic of overdraft fees persists as the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) continues to discuss whether rules governing overdraft and related services are warranted—changing the date for further pre-rule activities on overdraft programs to February 2015.

In the meantime, many consumers are still confused about overdraft as demonstrated by a Pew Charitable Trusts survey. It shows that 52 percent of consumers didn’t know how much they paid in total fees the last time their checking account had a negative balance.

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