The $1.4 billion State Department Federal Credit Union in Alexandria, Va., is now offering its 67,500 members a Visa-branded EMV credit card.
Retail associations are celebrating what they are calling a year since their legislative victory in the battle over the Durbin amendment by asserting that none of amendment opponents' dire predictions have come true.
More than a third of the membership's data said exposed online.
Merchant Payments Coalition says credit unions, community banks have benefited.
When it comes to lower income and underserved consumers, the chief challenge facing some mainstream credit unions and banks may not be how to serve them competitively but whether to serve them at all.
Which type of EMV chip technology, chip-and-PIN or chip-and-signature, is best suited to support the country’s migration to EMV?
Los Angeles credit union said cards were rejected because of expiration dates and members told to offer 'big bank' cards.
The National ATM Council and assorted independent ATM deployers have filed an anti-trust suit against Visa and MasterCard.
New organization contends Visa, MasterCard are restraining trade by setting ATM fees regardless of network.
Card security technology in the U.S. is like a spinning roulette wheel. No one knows exactly where the ball will land.