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NCUA ad campaign focuses on share insurance
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (10/1/08)--The National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) said yesterday it will embark on a national advertising campaign to ensure members know their money at federally-insured credit unions is backed by the full faith and credit of the U.S. Government. A media campaign featuring “Uncle Sam” will kick-off Thursday with advertisements in the USA Today and other major U.S. newspapers. The campaign’s message is “to assure credit union members and the general public that most credit union member accounts are federally insured,” said the agency.
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In addition, NCUA said it begins distributing this week to each federally-insured credit union three large lobby posters that feature “Uncle Sam” and accompanying text, “This Credit Union Is Federally Insured.” NCUA also said Chairman Michael Fryzel plans to assure credit union CEOs via video that federal insurance remains safe and secure. He will highlight the NCUA’s electronic Insurance Tool Kit, which is designed to help members understand their federal insurance protection. “Understandably, consumer confidence in our financial structures has been shaken by recent turmoil in the markets,” said Fryzel. “Federally insured credit unions remain a safe and sound alternative, and I will do everything in my power as chairman of the National Credit Union Administration to make certain that accurate and useful information about the National Credit Union Share Insurance Fund is available.” Fryzel called upon credit union volunteers and professionals to “do their part to help members understand how their credit union funds are federally insured.”
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