Minnesota credit unions add hundreds of customers on 'Bank Transfer Day'

MPR reports about 600 people shifted $1.3 million to smaller community banks. That was just on one day. For all of last month, credit unions gained a total 11,000 customers.
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MPR reports about 600 people shifted $1.3 million to smaller community banks. That was just on one day. For all of last month, credit unions gained a total 11,000 customers.

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