Virginia credit union worker consents to prohibition after agency finds illicit credit card use

A worker at a Virginia credit union was prohibited from further employment at a federally insured financial institution in the only enforcement action reported by the federal regulator in January, the agency said Wednesday.

According to the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) Kelly Givens, formerly of FedStar Federal Credit Union (FCU) of Salem, Va., consented to the prohibition order by the agency after she was found to have made unauthorized personal purchases using the credit union’s corporate credit card and caused FedStar to pay the card balances.

The agency said Givens’ actions harmed the credit union and benefitted her.

Administrative Order: In the Matter of Kelly Givens