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Coming Next Week: The NEW GoCUCards Member Forum

Hello everyone! I’m so excited to finally announce that that new GoCUCards Member Forum is going live Aug. 15.

So what is the Member Forum, and why do you care?

The Member Forum provides a wealth of benefits to help you better manage your credit union’s card portfolio for a greater return. With your membership, you receive:

GoCUCards Member Forum Benefits
GoCUCards Member Forum Benefits


So in addition to access to 3 webcasts a year and all the archives, the school manuals and discounts on my Schools of Credit Card Program Management, you also receive access to our BRAND NEW discussion forum, which I’m very excited about as you can tell! You ask and answer questions and share what’s working or not working for your card program with me and other credit unions across the country! Discussion topics cover everything from processors to product structure to disclosures to handing delinquencies and charge offs, among other subjects, and it’s super slick and easy to use. Here’s a sneak peek behind the curtain.

GoCUCards Member Forum Welcome Page
GoCUCards Member Forum Welcome Page

GoCUCards Member Forum Image
GoCUCards Member Forum Image

GoCUCards Member Forum Post
GoCUCards Member Forum Post

You also can personalize your member forum discussions by adding your own avatar (See mine below)! I think this is so fun. Neat, right?

And, I’m providing a special introductory offer. If you sign up and pay for membership by Aug. 31, you get 20% off the regular membership pricing! That’s just $795 compared to the regular price of $995. Consider the value of this package at more than $2,000 for nonmembers. The knowledge you gain from this will pay for itself, and if you’re not satisfied after two weeks, GoCUCards will refund your membership fee.

GoCUCards Founder Ondine Irving's Avatar
GoCUCards Founder Ondine Irving’s Avatar

I hope to see you in the discussion forum!

Ondine


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