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February 1, 2010

Five Credit Unions To Offer ATM Benefits For NC National Guard Personnel Globally

Four credit unions with military ties have signed bilateral agreements with State Employees’ Credit Union (SECU) to help ensure North Carolina national guard personnel have access to no-surcharge Automated Teller Machines (ATMs) worldwide.

By CBR Staff Writer

SECU has signed agreements with Fort Bragg Federal Credit Union, Marine Federal Credit Union, Navy Federal Credit Union and Pentagon Federal Credit Union to guardsmen to utilize more than 1,600 no-surcharge ATMs.

The move is part of SECU’s ongoing effort to assist military personnel and thank them for their continuous efforts to serve country. Military members at all five credit unions will also have surcharge-free access to all of SECU’s cash points ATM network, with over 1,000 ATM locations in North Carolina.

David Elliott, president and CEO of Fort Bragg Federal Credit Union, said: “It’s an excellent opportunity for the members of both credit unions to have increased access to surcharge-free ATMs in the state of North Carolina.”

Frank Pollack, president of Pentagon Federal Credit Union, said: “Pentagon Federal Credit Union is very excited to partner with State Employees’ Credit Union to provide extended surcharge-free ATM access to the military community in North Carolina. Not only this is a beneficial service for our members based in North Carolina, but truly reflects our commitment and spirit as a credit union to provide attractive financial services with extended value.”

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Cutler Dawson, president and CEO of Navy Federal Credit Union, said: “NCSECU’s extensive ATM network in North Carolina is an important access point for Navy Federal members stationed at the numerous military locations in that state.”

Craig Chamberlin, CEO of Marine Federal Credit Union, said: “It is our pleasure to participate in this program and in a very small way, give back to those who continue to protect our freedoms.”

Jim Blaine, president of State Employees’ Credit Union, said: “These partnerships expand what SECU can do as a credit union to also enhance the benefits afforded to the 12,000 NC national guard soldiers and airmen in North Carolina. With our State’s strong military presence, it’s great to see these credit unions coming together for the good of those who serve our country.”

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