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It all comes down to a question of motivation.

Netbank is a publicly traded company. As such, their motivation has to be to return the maximum amount of profit to the shareholders (if they don't, the shareholders can sue them). NetBank does not view you as a person, but as a potential source of profit.

Lately they have adopted a few customer-unfriendly policies and hidden fees. They can be avoided, but do you really want the hassle of jumping through their hoops?

Your CU is owned by its members. The directors will probably try to run things to personally benefit themselves & their friends, but at least they don't have stockholders breathing down their necks.
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