Ever think about how tough it must’ve been to catch criminals in the Wild West, relying just on wanted posters and word of mouth?
A revolution is brewing in the payments industry. The future of payments technology is now in the hands of consumers in the form of their mobile devices and smart phones.
Financial transactions are increasingly happening in real time and so are the fraud attacks that naturally follow. To help fight that, CO-OP Financial Services is working this year to continue to move several hundred client credit unions to the real-time version of the widely used Falcon Fraud Manager neural network service...
Members of San Diego County Credit Union can now deposit checks via their Android or iPhone devices.
Increasing regulatory concerns and advocacy needs have led to the creation of a new credit union trade association in Colombia, leaders there said.
The $5.4 billion SDCCU said it’s the first San Diego-based credit union to offer check deposit by smartphone.
Google, Visa, MasterCard, Sprint, and even Pentagon Federal Credit Union. The list of early proponents of innovative near field communication tap and pay mobile technology keeps growing. But that brings two questions into sharp focus.
First Citizens’ Federal Credit Union of Fairhaven, Mass., said it has launched mobile banking for its service area of the Southcoast and Cape Cod Region of the Bay State.
JHA payment processing manager lays out why smart cards are inevitable import from Europe.
The 550 credit unions that subscribe to loanliner.com, CUNA Mutual Group’s online lending platform, allow members to manage their applications for consumer and home equity loans via the Web.