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Data breach bill clears NM House

Victory for credit unions, consumers

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NMCUEF Scholarship application deadline Feb. 27

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CUANM makes great strides with state data breach bill

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Save the date!

CUANM Annual Meeting and Convention

June 3-5, Tamaya Resort

Hotel reservations

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Bill would have merchants report breaches

Stull: Gives consumers a fair chance to protect themselves

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ABQ Journal: CUs and business loans

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CUANM's Stull in news on holiday spending

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CUANM CEO in local news on data breach cost

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NMCUEF Scholarship application deadline Feb 27

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CUs address medical marijuana issue

Radio interview

Santa Fe New Mexican

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CUANM CEO blasts bankers

in ABQ Business First article (PDF)

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Send in your selfie, New Mexico!

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Job listings

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Call to action!
Tell your lawmakers...

Don't Tax My Credit Union website

Tool Kit

CU Activation Plan

See the video

Follow on Twitter

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Member Cellular Discounts with Sprint

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Report phishing attempts Your credit union will NEVER call, text or e-mail you to ask for personal, confidential information such as your account number, passwords or usernames, or Social Security number. Your credit union already has the information it needs. If you receive a phone call, text or e-mail asking for such information, hang up or click out and DO NOT EVER GIVE OUT YOUR PERSONAL, CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION. If you have questions, hang up or click out and then call your credit union and report the incident. If you give out your information, call your credit union immediately and you will be directed on how to proceed.




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