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League InfoSight now owns CU search engine
LIVONIA, Mich. (12/30/09)--League Infosight now owns www.FindACreditUnion.com, a search engine that helps consumers find credit unions. A revamped version of the site will launch on Friday. The new design will allow consumers to find credit unions by ZIP code. They also can search by credit unions’ field of membership and generate Google maps of search results. “Using input from League Infosight’s ownership, which consists of credit union leagues across the country, we’ve streamlined the website to be easier for consumers to use and find a credit union they can join, said Todd Mason, League Infosight chief operating officer. “For credit unions and leagues already using www.FindACreditUnion.com, all data will be moved automatically to the new website.” Administrative IDs and passwords will remain unchanged. Instructional materials and videos will be available mid-January to help credit unions use the new site. InfoSight is owned by the California, Georgia, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Ohio credit union leagues and the League of Southeastern Credit Unions.
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