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Great American Joins CUSC
ARVADA, Colo.-CU Service Network reported that Great American Community Credit Union has joined its network, bringing the number of credit unions in the network to 58.
Additionally, GACCU, with locations in Grand Junction and Meeker, Colo., has opened its doors as CU Service Centers to serve members of other shared branching credit unions. CUSN serves 58 credit unions in five states (Colorado, Nebraska, New Mexico, Idaho and Wyoming), for a total of 103 locations, with considerable growth anticipated in 2006, it reported.
Time To Do Your 'Home Work'
FORT WORTH, Texas-CU Members Mortgage has published a guide to help credit unions find the right mortgage partner titled "Home Work." The company said the booklet informs credit union executives of what questions to ask during a review of mortgage providers to find the best match. To get a copy: contact Brian Foltz, 800-607-3474 x247 or e-mail homeloancu.com.
Collection Triggers Is Launched
COSTA MESA, Calif.-Experian has launched Collection Triggers, a collections solution that monitors a company's portfolio of collections accounts.
"When new information on one of these accounts becomes available, indicating the possibility of recovering the debt, the organization is notified within 24 hours and can then resume efforts to contact the consumer and collect the outstanding debt," the company said.
Collection Triggers allows clients to proactively monitor accounts for public record, civil action, tradeline and demographic events to help prioritize and segment their collection strategies. Specific triggering options can be selected, and rules around monitoring frequency can be customized.
For info: www.experian.com.
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