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New lobby brochures cover ID theft phishing plastic
MADISON, Wis. (2/21/08)--A new line of “quick read” lobby brochures from the Credit Union National Association (CUNA) covers identity theft, phishing and plastic card protection. The three brochures are based on CUNA’s most popular statement stuffers:
* Stop Identity Theft, which offers tips to prevent or recover from identity theft, including important phone numbers and websites; * Phishing: Stay Off the Hook, which provides an online to-do list to help members be savvy Internet users and conduct safe transactions online; and * Protect Your Plastic Cards, which provides tips on smart ways to use credit and debit cards at home, on the computer and at stores.
A new drive-up envelope, What to Do When Your ARM is Due, explains three options available when an adjustable-rate mortgage is due for an adjustment. It also encourages members to seek loan advice and help from their credit unions. Your College Savings Answers handbook was revised with updated statistics, tables and photos. The book covers savings plans with accounts, investment options, loans grants and other aid. For more information, use the links.
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