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In Spring 2020, when the global COVID-19 pandemic hit the United States in full force, workers throughout the organizational charts of companies across every industry took an unexpected crash course in the new virtual way of doing business. Credit unions were no exception. The pandemic has forced them to reconsider virtual credit union experiences beyond the hypothetical.
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It’s not an exaggeration to say that the coronavirus pandemic of 2020 blindsided businesses across all industries — and around the globe. Financial institutions, including banks and credit unions, have been hit especially hard, as new home and auto loan applications have slowed drastically, customers struggle to meet financial obligations due to rampant unemployment, and traditional ways of doing business have gone sideways into a new virtual reality.