DALLAS – TNB Card Services, the card services arm of credit union owned Town North Bank, has introduced a MasterCard which credit unions can use to service the members with small businesses. The new card will tap small business credit lines that are member business loans and will include a debit card as well, according to Glen Lee, a vice president with TNB Card Services. In addition, the new business credit and debit cards will allow members with small business to more easily delineate business vs. personal spending, as well as to issue cards to employees and to use different billing strategies which members with businesses can find helpful. Lee added that he expected both TNB’s card management services to offer the card to its members and the agent program in which TNB purchases and manages credit union’s card portfolios.

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