WASHINGTON — An academic panel discusses how electronic payments could better benefit low-income consumers.
And five more tips on how to boost card engagement and interchange.
The payment processor's monthly SpendTrend report said despite the dip, overall spending remains healthy.
Photographer Mitch Goldstone filed the interchange antitrust lawsuit back in 2005.
Popular investment advisory website recommends FIS as a good investment opportunity.
Instant issue cards can generate higher card activation rates and more interchange revenue.
Regulation, competition and compliance still top concerns, Bob Hammer says as his firm celebrates 25th anniversary.
Credit cards still remain the most profitable loan product in the portfolio.
PULSE survey finds 17% of credit unions said they'll face the risk.
Credit unions saw 16% of their cards hit by fraud in 2013, compared to 12% for community banks and 14% for large banks.