[Cynnabar] mtg min 7/12/10

Aaron Elkiss aelkiss at umich.edu
Thu Jul 15 10:11:35 EDT 2010

Also, TCF is not a national bank; it has branches only in SE Michigan,
Chicago, Minneapolis, Denver, and Phoenix. MWFCU may be a better
choice (in fact, UMCU may already be better and we just didn't realize
it) if the business we need to do can be transacted at any Credit
Union Service Center (see http://www.cuservicecenter.com) -- these are
truly nationwide, if less dense than TCF in the areas that TCF is in.


On Wed, Jul 14, 2010 at 9:55 PM, Randy Asplund <randyasplund at comcast.net> wrote:
> Sorry to have missed the meeting Monday, but we had a houseguest stay on an
> extra couple of days.
> I was rather expecting to see some report of the discussion of this switch
> and involving the other possible bank, Midwest Financial Credit Union, after
> I sent the information to our Exchquer, as I was asked to do. Yet no mention
> of MWFCR. What's up with that? It looked like a better deal and it solved
> all of the access issues for out of state. No fees. free checking, what did
> I miss? I left TCF because of their policies and greed. I've been with
> Midwest since the 70's and they've been pretty good. Is this being discussed
> at all? If so, why is it not mentioned in the minutes?
> RanthulfR
> On Jul 14, 2010, at 9:42 PM, Pat West wrote:
> Banking
> The group is considering changing banks from the University of Michigan
> Credit Union to TCF Bank. The rules of the credit union do
> not accommodate our needs with limited banking hours and fewer locations,
> among other things.
> TCF has nationwide locations and totally free checking with a specific
> balance.  We will be able to meet those requirements easily.  We will have
> to pay for checks.
> More info to come.
> A decision will be made Mon, July 19
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