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ST PETERSBURG, Fla. – The $179 million Freedom Federal Credit Union, headquartered in Bel Air, Maryland, has converted its card processing to PSCU Financial Services, the card processing cooperative announced. PSCU processes debit and credit card transactions for over 500 credit unions that use the First Data Corporation platform. “We are anticipating significant financial savings by converting our card programs to PSCU Financial Services,” said Paul Linz, COO of Freedom Federal Credit Union. “Our credit union focuses on selecting partners who can provide strategic advantages for the organization and for our membership. PSCU Financial Services fits that requirement.” Freedom Federal’s previous processor had been TNB Card Services, the card processing arm of credit union owned Town North Bank.

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