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A firm in the United Kingdom has contacted PSCU Financial Services’ executives claiming that it already holds a patent on technology that allows credit and debit cardholders to turn their cards on and off.

Marite Ferrero, chief operating officer of London based CardSwitch Technology Limited sent an e-mail to PSCU CEO David Serlo and PSCU Chief Risk Officer Steve Ruwe, suggesting that the firm already holds a patent on the technology that PSCU has started offering its credit unions under the name of CardLock.

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