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CUSB Video Contest Deadline Extended

Dec
20

The Missouri Credit Union Association (MCUA) recently created a short, 90-second video explaining the many benefits of the Credit Union Shared Branch (CUSB) network. The video clearly defines a shared branch and outlines its many benefits. Additionally, it showcases how shared branches offer convenience for those traveling outside of the state and how to locate the nearest branch.

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CUSB Misconception: Existing Branch Network is Convenient and Sufficient

Mar
13

A recent CO-OP Financial Services white paper is debunking myths about Credit Union Shared Branching. Here is an exert from the white paper that address the seventh and final misconception: Existing Credit Union Branch Network is Convenient and Sufficient. Hear what fellow Missouri credit union representative Tony DiGiovanni has to say about the issue.

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CUSB Misconception: A Shared Branch Transaction is More Expensive

Mar
06

A recent CO-OP Financial Services white paper is debunking myths about Credit Union Shared Branching. Here is an exert from the white paper that address the sixth misconception: A Shared Branch Transaction is More Expensive Than a Proprietary Transaction. 

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CUSB Misconception: Branches are a Dying Breed

Feb
27

A recent CO-OP Financial Services white paper is debunking myths about Credit Union Shared Branching. Here is an exert from the white paper that address the fifth misconception: Branches are a Dying Breed. 

Misconception Five: Branches are a Dying Breed  

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CUSB Misconception: Shared Branch Users are Not Valuable

Feb
14

A recent CO-OP Financial Services white paper is debunking myths about Credit Union Shared Branching. Here is an exert from the white paper that address the fourth misconception. Hear what fellow Missouri credit union representative Louie Delk has to say about the issue.

Misconception Four: Shared Branch Users are Not Valuable 

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CUSB Misconception: Credit Unions will Steal Your Members

Jan
30

A recent CO-OP Financial Services white paper is debunking myths about Credit Union Shared Branching. Here is an exert from the white paper that address the third misconception: Members Will Be Stolen by Other Participating Credit Unions. Hear what fellow Missouri credit union representative Tony DiGiovanni has to say about the issue.

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CUSB Misconception: Members Get Less Quality Service

Jan
23

A recent CO-OP Financial Services white paper is debunking myths about Credit Union Shared Branching. Here is an exert from the white paper that address the second misconception: Members Do NOt Receive the Same Levels of Service at Shared Branching Locations. Hear what fellow Missouri credit union representative Stan Moeckli has to say about the issue.

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CUSB Misconceptions: It's Too Expensive

Jan
15

A recent CO-OP Financial Services white paper is debunking myths about Credit Union Shared Branching. Here is an exert from the white paper that address the first misconception: Shared Branching is Too Expensive. Hear what fellow Missouri credit union representative Louie Delk has to say about the issue. 

Misconception One: Shared Branching Is Too Expensive

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CUSB Helps in Times of Disaster

Nov
01

If a natural disaster rolled through Missouri, would you be able to serve your members? Credit unions in the Shared Branch Network would. Here's an article that published in Net Brief, a publication of CO-OP Shared Branching on October 31.

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Metro Rejoins Credit Union Shared Branching

Oct
23

Metro Credit Union (Springfield) rejoined the Credit Union Shared Branch (CUSB) Network adding two new outlets in the Springfield area. The Metro branches are expected to go live late 2012 or early 2013. With that addition, the Missouri CUSB Network will have nearly 120 branches.  

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