2 CUs Select Identity Theft 911
FAYETTEVILLE, N.C.-Two more CUs have chosen Identity Theft 911 to provide services to members. Fort Bragg FCU and Emory FCU, Atlanta, are both offering the ID theft and resolution service to members. The company's identity theft services include a personal advocate to help resolve identity theft issues; systematic notification of credit bureaus, agencies and businesses; preparation of needed documents; and a year of credit monitoring after identity theft. Scottsdale, Ariz.-based Identity Theft 911 has signed at least a dozen credit unions to its service.
Hoosier Hills Selects BSG
BEDFORD, Ind.-Hoosier Hills CU said it has signed with BSG Financial to implement the company's Internet-based courtesy overdraft program. The program, called CourtesyConnect, provides ongoing risk monitoring and reporting as part of a collection, analysis and charge-off system. It also features an added accountholder communication component.
EasCorp In Kiosk Partnership
WOBURN, Mass.-EasCorp FCU said it has partnered with Financial Service Centers Cooperative, Ensenta Corp. and Tellagent to provide check image processing for credit unions at self service branch kiosks. Credit unions participating in FSCC's shared branching network can send electronic check images from a Tellagent 'Fast Branch' kiosk to EasCorp for processing. Credit union members can benefit from increased convenience by inserting a check-no deposit slip or envelope is required-viewing their funds availability and receiving an image of the check on receipt.
BECU Selects UtilPro Solution
TUKWILA, Wash.-Boeing Employees CU said it has signed to implement Ultimate Software's UtilPro web-based Workforce Management system. BECU said it chose the Ultimate system for its Microsoft SQL Server platform and cost savings, projected to be as much as $250,000 over the next three years. Ultimate Software is based in Weston, Fla.