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In Brief, Nov. 2

Credit Union Collection Consortium Meets Next on Nov. 14

The Credit Union Collection Consortium will meet next on Nov. 14 from 2-4 p.m. at Genisys Credit Union in Auburn Hills.

Bill Bitonti, the collections manager at J.J. Marshalls and Associates, will speak on skip tracing and asset location. Bitonti is an expert with 41 years of experience in the art of finding people and money. With today’s privacy laws, locating people is increasingly difficult. Bitonti’s presentation will reveal some of his trade secrets, including how to find almost anyone through the internet.

Attendance is free and no reservations are necessary. The consortium is an educational and networking opportunity where all credit union professionals are welcome. For more information, please call Peggy Dombrowski at (248) 322-9800, ext. 1300.

Nov. 2 is the Last Day to Earn 10x Rewards for MCUF Through AmazonSmile

Those getting started on their holiday shopping have one more day to increase their impact for the Michigan Credit Union Foundation (MCUF) through AmazonSmile.

Through Nov. 2, AmazonSmile purchases made in support of MCUF have ten times the impact! This is an easy way to support MCUF at no additional cost to you. Donations to MCUF are used to support credit union financial education programs and community reinvestment initiatives.

To get started using AmazonSmile, visit smile.amazon.com and select “Michigan Credit Union Foundation” to shop in support of strong financial health for Michigan’s communities.

Extra Credit Union Donates 1,500 School Supplies to Local Foster Youth

More than 1,800 foster kids and teens across Michigan started off the school year with the tools to succeed, thanks in part to the generous school supply donations from Extra Credit Union members and staff.

Extra Credit Union's school supply drive in August, benefiting Big Family of Michigan, brought in nearly 1,500 items including notebooks, folders, loose leaf paper, binders, dividers, crayons, rulers, sharpeners, colored pencils, pencil boxes, markers, highlighters, glue, pens/pencils, scissors, backpacks lunch boxes and more.

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