This list shows the U.S. credit unions that have failed this year, and it is updated weekly.
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Here's a list of the U.S. banks that have failed in 2013.
|Failed credit unions||Date closed|
|Amez United Credit Union, Detroit, MI||2/19/13|
|NCP Community Development Federal Credit Union, Norfolk, VA||2/8/13|
|New Covenant Missionary Baptist Church Credit Union, Milwaukee, WI||1/7/13|
|Chetco Federal Credit Union, Harbor, OR||12/31/12|
|GIC Federal Credit Union, Euclid, Ohio||12/13/12|
|Border Lodge Credit Union, Derby Line, VT||11/30/12|
|Women's Southwest Federal Credit Union, Texas||10/31/12|
|El Paso's Federal Credit Union, El Paso, Texas||9/28/12|
|United Catholic Credit Union, Temperance, MI||8/9/12|
|A M Community Credit Union, Kenosha, WI||8/1/12|
|Trinity Credit Union, Trinidad, CO||7/27/12|
|Telesis Community Credit Union, Chatsworth, CA||6/1/12|
|Wausau Postal Employees Credit Union, Wausau, WI||5/18/12|
|Shepherd's Federal Credit Union, Charlotte, NC||3/26/12|
|Saguache County Credit Union, Moffat, CO||3/23/12|
|People for People Development Credit Union, Philadelphia||2/19/12|
|Eastern New York Credit Union, Naponoch, NY||1/27/12|
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