Overcoming Own Reservations, CEO Finds Revenue

Bartlett, Michael
April 2011
Credit Union Journal;4/25/2011, Vol. 15 Issue 16, p16
Trade Publication
The article reports that courtesy pay is generating 40,000 dollars monthly for Kansas City Credit Union (KCCU). KCCU president Floyd Manley said that the credit union had not previously offered its members overdraft privilege before 2010. He also said that the program was launched in August 2010 and has worked great for its members for they can overdraft their account and that the fee is only 25 dollars.


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