From:   Lauren <celliwig@gmail.com>
Sent time:   Monday, September 19, 2011 3:46:59 AM
To:   september17 <september17@googlegroups.com>
Subject:   [september17discuss] Re: credit unions
 

Additionally, while we could try to create a credit union, it tends to

be a rather tedious task that takes some devoted people.

 

That said, it did happen in a number of places, after all, a lot of

these credit unions grew from little, and in some countries these

credit unions are now some of the largest financial institutions.

 

On Sep 19, 5:40 am, gabj...@gmail.com wrote:

> At least in my experience, to join a credit union you have to have a certain tie to an organization (like be stationed at a certain air force base, or work for a company, or go to a college) or have an immediate family member who does. But if anyone knows of exceptions, please certainly do tell us; I'm sure people here will be interested.

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> --glj

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> From: Drew Hornbein <dhornb...@gmail.com>

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> Date: Mon, 19 Sep 2011 05:21:17

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> Subject: [september17discuss] credit unions

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> Anyone part of a credit union?

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> How can I protest the banks when in my wallet rests the JP Morgan & Chase

> corporate logo?

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> This would be a good opportunity for credit unions to recruit members.

>

> Solidarity.

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