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MyCUAnywhere takes new name Sprig
ONTARIO, Calif. (8/2/11)--MyCUAnywhere, the text banking solution offered by Financial Service Centers Cooperative (FSCC) and CU Wireless, will now be known as Sprig. Sprig soon will offer the ability to transfer funds from one institution to another, provided both institutions are FSCC shared-branching members, the two companies said. Sprig currently offers authorization of internal fund transfers and access to account information, including balances, transaction history and loan status. Sprig mobile apps for iPhone and Android will also soon be available and will include all features of the text banking option plus features such as mobile deposit capture, FSCC and CU Wireless said. When launched, the new features will be provided on a per-transaction basis with no additional monthly maintenance or set up fees. FSCC is credit union shared-branching network with more than 6,700 locations nationwide. CU Wireless, a credit union service organization of Maps CU, Salem Ore., offers wireless phone plans for credit union members.


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