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AutoLand Expands Call Center

SHERMAN OAKS, Calif.-Credit Union car-buying service AutoLand is set to expand its call center staff time by 70% to handle increased volume and expand its geographic base. AutoLand will add two more days with operations on Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Autoland will also seek business in new states to aid credit unions searching for new business in their own areas of operation.

For info: www.autoland.com.

HCU Selects Identity Fraud

FAIRBORN, Ohio-Heritage Credit Union is installing Identity Fraud, Inc.'s VRS Elite Fraud Resolution Services for all members with checking accounts at no cost to members. VRS Elite Fraud Resolution will offer members protection on all types of identity fraud and provide round the clock access to fraud professionals to help resolve outstanding identity theft issues.

For info: www.identityfraud.com.

5 CUs Select LifeLock ID Solution

RICHARDSON, Texas- Five credit unions have signed with LifeLock to provide identity theft service to members. LifeLock said it does the prevention work by maintaining active fraud alerts with the three major credit bureaus, as well as ChexSystems.

Credit unions can offer the LifeLock identity theft system to members at ISI's special pricing for only $10 a month with the first month free or for $99 a year.

The five CUs offering the service are Legacy Community FCU, Advancial FCU, Montrose FCU, Space Age CU and LA DOTD FCU.

For info: Kate Sheffield, (800) 365-7526.

Corporate CU Hires AB&C

WILMINGTON, Del.-Aloysius Butler & Clark (AB&C) has been hired to provide branding and strategic marketing services for Members United Corporate Federal Credit Union, the name for the new company to be formed by the pending merger between Empire Corporate Federal Union and Mid-States Corporate Federal Credit Union.

AB&C is a 35-year-old communications agency established in business-to-business and consumer marketing.

For info: www.a-b-c.com

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