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.
Guest blogger Andrew Tilbury, director of marketing for Bluepoint Solutions in Vista, Calif., wants to know when your credit union will opt for mobile capture.
People receiving government benefits by paper check have until March 1, 2013 to switch to direct deposits, according to final rules adopted by the Treasury Department.
Student-run credit union branches allow interns to gain hands-on experience while providing their peers and school staff with convenient access to financial services.
The Community Financial Association of America has released a statement supporting the regulation of firms which would tap into social security recipients accounts to repay payday type loans.
The National Consumer Law Center has charged that certain credit union payday loan alternative products are little more than payday loans sold under a credit union label.
Bank of America announced last month that in June it will stop authorizing overdrafts at ATMs and for everyday debit card purchases unless a customer has a linked savings account or credit card.
The SBA and its Office of the Inspector General said it has received several complaints from small businesses about abusive marketing practices, scams, and exorbitant fees charged by firms.
An anti-bank ad and Internet campaign started six months ago by the $343 million LA Financial Credit Union of Pasadena, Calif. was getting fresh attention this week resulting from the public furor over big bank practices.