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Debit rewards programs took a big hit after the Durbin Amendment capped interchange rates in 2011, but many industry experts say the programs are still popping up – in fact, they’ve become a powerful way for credit unions to accumulate market share. And with rising interest rates encouraging more members to shop around, debit rewards programs may soon become even more alluring, they say.

Tina Orem

Credit Union Times

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