A payments industry task force predicts 98% of eight major financial institutions’ cards will have chips by year-end 2017.
An exciting credit union partnership and frank talk about government and privacy take top billing.
The Members Group's Brian Day says a mobile payments explosion will catch many credit unions off guard.
If you’re going to overdraw your checking account by $100 or less, your most cost-effective bet is to borrow money from a payday lender, not to use an overdraft service or let your check bounce.
The year 2010 will be remembered as when the federal government got involved in how much interchange banks and credit unions earn on their debit card transactions.
As Congress contemplates whether to pass a law regulating debit card interchange, a majority of economists and government officials attending a meeting on the subject agreed that there is no economic basis for the proposed regulatory change.
A lawyer and academic addressing a Washington D.C. meeting on card interchange told attendees that the so-called Durbin amendment should really be called the Walgreens Amendment.
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