Expect a mobile wallet fallout, more same-day payments and EMV headaches this year.
In a post-Durbin world, credit unions look to debit reward programs to attract millennials and support local businesses.
Debit rewards programs make a comeback post-Durbin as credit unions seek ways to snag market share.
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Texas credit union pays back $6.6 million, a nickle or dime at a time.
Big Texas CU bucks the trend, gives members 15 cents back on every debit purchase.
Programs that reward consumers when they use their debit cards have been largely considered one of the important casualties of the Durbin amendment's cap on debit interchange.
Seen as Durbin casualty, business researchers find that many who get them never redeem them.