Wednesday, May 30, 2012

Senate FCU Ad Raises Eyebrows

The Huffington Post is reporting on a “GOT BIG PLANS” ad mailed by U.S. Senate FCU to its members. Some readers may find the ad to be offensive.

Read the story.


  1. Keith,
    It must a slow day on the 'bash CUs' front. I do think the ad lacks good taste and they will have to endure any blowback but it is not worthy of your blog because it doesn't address industry issues.

  2. I debated about publishing this. But when the story appeared in Roll Call and Huffington Post and involved U.S. Senate FCU, it is news.

  3. Looks like the credit union wants to grow its ASSets! Interesting in Washington D.C. there is a peTITion for just about any occasion. The members mite be FLAT broke but they won't be FLAT BUSTed.

  4. Will this affect our tax exemption?



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