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MAJ Rene De La Rosa
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WoW! Would never think that a military service-related bank would do this to their own customers, but now? When you think things are on the up and up, and then get screwed, well, it is time to reassess the situation. Consider dropping them like a bad habit.
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SP5 Mark Kuzinski
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In a heart beat!
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LTC Stephen F.
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That sounds like good news SP5 Mark Kuzinski that Navy Federal Credit Union must pay $23 million to consumers who received the letters, officials said. Also, those who received a letter threatening to contact their commanding officer will be paid at least $1,000. Under the order, the credit union must contact members eligible for those payments.
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SCPO Morris Ramsey
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I am surprise that the largest credit union serving the military would use these tactics.
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