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Sunday, April 19, 2015
CO-OP to Gain Larger Canadian Foothold After Agreement to Purchase Everlink
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. — CO-OP Financial Services has signed an agreement that will give it a deeper foothold into Canada.
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Google has scrapped and rebuilt pieces of its mobile wallet many times, and it looks like those years of tinkering are paying off as more merchants adopt Google Wallet. more »
With just six months to go before the EMV liability shift deadline, just how ready are credit unions? The answer depends on how members want to pay. more »
Mobile wallet developers need only look to the prepaid card business to find a suitable partner, one that has already been down a path mobile has just started. more »
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif. — CO-OP Financial Services said it will pay its member-shareholder credit unions a patronage dividend pool of $29.2 million for 2014, as it processed a record number of EFT and shared branching transactions. more »
Merchants are making a new argument in their years-long battle with banks over swipe fees, saying Apple Pay has locked them out of additional routing options mandated by Dodd-Frank. more »
Landings CU outsourced the management of its four machines to Dolphin Debit Access, an ATM management firm in Houston. more »
Credit unions stand to lose significant interchange fee income in the event that big retailers follow the lead of Walmart in switching from signature debit transactions to PIN-based transactions when customers swipe their debit cards upon making purchases. more »
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — The board of directors of PSCU, the credit union service organization, announced that it has named Chuck Fagan as its president and CEO, effective April 27. more »
WASHINGTON—CUNA has filed an amicus brief in a Florida lawsuit the trade group believes could drive credit unions right out of the credit card business. more »
If you thought American Express' loss Thursday of a big antitrust case would help its rivals, think again. Visa, MasterCard, and even card-issuing institutions could be hurt by the race to lower merchant fees that the ruling will set off. more »
The New York Credit Union Association (NYCUA) announced that it has signed a letter of intent to sell its card services subsidiary Covera Solutions Inc., to CO-OP Financial Services. more »
With the EMV deadline looming ever closer — now fewer than eight months away — card issuers need to start ramping up consumer education efforts. more »
American Express, the biggest U.S. credit-card issuer by customer purchases, said its co-brand and merchant agreements with Costco Wholesale in U.S. stores will end next year. more »
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