Making good on a long offered promise, CO-OP Financial Services announced last week that it will start processing credit card transactions in early 2011.
The Federal Reserve Board has reached out to credit union trade associations as part of its first steps toward crafting a cap on debit card interchange.
Credit unions responding to NAFCU's August Flash survey reported that merchants were the leading source of the credit and debit card fraud attempts they were seeing.
Credit unions responding to NAFCU's monthly Flash survey reported that merchants were the leading source of credit and debit card fraud attempts.
After almost 35 years processing credit union credit card transactions, Town North Bank has sold off its last stake in card processing.
In privacy disclosure statements provided to customers of depository financial institutions such as credit unions, a casual reading suggests that privacy of one's assets and transactions is being protected.
The report has come out from a nationwide simulated cyber attack on the nation's ACH, check and card payment systems earlier this year.
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As regulatory pressures build, PCI has become a particularly hot topic.