Are Credit Unions Missing a Huge Opportunity to Lead the Charge to Reform NSF/Overdraft Fees?

I remember distinctly the pit in my stomach the first time I overdrew my bank account. I was 16 and working as a bank as I prepped to start a high school bank. It was highly embarrassing and humbling. I was a teller. I was supposed to know how to reconcile my checkbook. I was supposed to be leading the student body.

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Memo to Credit Unions: Embrace Diversity Now

This is a summer of discontent. Streets in many American cities, from Portland OR to Phoenix to Washington DC are filled with protesters demanding more opportunity, and better treatment for people of color.

What does this have to do with credit union people?

Potentially a lot.

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