Lawsuit accuses CU CEO who pioneered pot banking of drug use

Former CUSO employees are alleging that Partner Colorado Credit Union President/CEO Sundie Seefried, one of the industry’s pioneers in delivering financial services to marijuana businesses, used cocaine. They also claimed that her suspected drug use became an issue among other credit union executives who were considering joining a new CUSO that would enable them to serve the marijuana companies in their states.

When reached via email by the CU Times on Tuesday, Seefried denied the allegations in the civil lawsuit.

“I have counsel and intend to aggressively defend myself against the frivolous lawsuit filed by Safe Harbor’s ex-employees,” Seefried said. “I look forward to getting vindication in the Courts but prefer to keep Court matters in the courts.”


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