Marketing firm Epsilon, a third-party vendor that manages customer e-mail databases for more than 2,500 clients, said an unauthorized entry into its email system took place last week, reportedly compromising millions of clients’ customer names and e-mail addresses.
Sometimes credit unions can assume the benefits of their products and services-including credit cards-are completely obvious to their members.
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A $600 million credit union has ended an agent issuing card relationship with FIA Card Services and is launching an agent issuing program with Elan Financial Services.
ANAHEIM, Calif. -- Credit unions have kept strict watch on increasing income and lowering expenses over the last few years of tough times, but some have made creativity and frugality a way of doing business.
The U.S. Justice Department announced last week that a long-running antitrust investigation against the three largest card brands has ended in a settlement with two of the three and litigation against the third.
Consumer and retail groups are praising the U.S. Department of Justice's actions against major credit card brands, but analysts are split about whether the moves will result in real lower prices for consumers.
The U.S. Justice Department announced today that it has filed an antitrust case against the three major card brands but that Visa and MasterCard have already settled with the government.
Walt Laskos, WesCorp public relations director and today's guest blogger, suggests that credit unions use the term owner rather than member.
Information from the largest card issuers suggests that more Americans are moving from economic stress to greater prosperity.