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This past year I earned interest in a CD and a savings account from a Credit Union. The amount of interest from savings account was less than $1. The amount of interest earned in the CD's was over $10. The Cd's are scheduled to mature this year.

I have not received a 1099 INT from them. When I talk to the customer service representative they said yes I should get one but have yet to mail me a 1099INT which now is well past the January 31, 2007 mailing date. I also have asked by a private message and not received a answer in 5 days.

When I look at their web page inside it shows no tax documents at all.

I'm not sure what to do. Please advise.

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