The storm — dubbed a “once-in-a-thousand years” occurrence — has led to the closing of various credit union branches in the most heavily affected parts of South Carolina.
Brandon Pugh, vice president of public relations and communications for the Carolinas Credit Union League told Credit Union Journal that ‘quite a few’ credit unions closed Monday due to the state of emergency and the broad-based closure of businesses, according to Ghosh.
“Most [credit union branches] have reopened today [Tuesday] and while we do not have detailed reports from each, only one or two indicated any related facilities issues,” he said. “None were presented as catastrophic, and their primary focus is on maintaining service for members in this especially difficult time.”
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