The St. Petersburg, Fla.-based PSCU announced it is expanding its digital wallet offerings to include Masterpass by MasterCard and Microsoft Wallet. The CUSO plans to make the wallets available by September.

"As more members adopt the new generation of digital wallets, our owner credit unions need the flexibility to offer a wide range of digital payment options to their members," Denise Stevens, SVP of product delivery for PSCU, said. "The availability of Masterpass and Microsoft Wallet enables our owners to offer a digital wallet to meet virtually any member requirement for device compatibility, convenience and security."

Members can utilize Masterpass in the checkout process and with purchases online, in-app and in-store with one secure account. Members are required to register online and load their credit union's MasterCard credit or debit card. Members can also store their cards and shipping information to make it easier to shop online, in-app and at more than a million store locations.

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