To wrap up cybersecurity month, Megan Thiemonge-Ramos shares some of the more common ways debit card fraud occurs and what measures your credit union can take to stay one step ahead.
Your credit union’s credit card program is more valuable than you might think, and plastics vendors know it. Ed Jesionowski shares a few examples of how credit unions leveraged that worth to bring in additional revenue.
The Justice Department this week threw its support behind the Fed’s proposed rule that would require financial institutions to give merchants a choice of debit card networks for online transactions and other purchases when consumers do not physically present their debit cards, reports David Baumann of the Washington Credit Union Daily.
Heather French dives in on the importance of understanding your cards portfolio and how you can use this information to benefit not only your members, but the credit union as well.
How Come Dave Ramsey Tells People to Use a Debit Card for Everything…But I Can’t Buy a New Big Screen TV With Mine?
My Beef with Credit Unions — In this CUSO Magazine series, a long-time credit union member and industry insider vents about the decisions credit unions make in their day-to-day operations, and wonders why they take that strategy. In this second edition: why can’t I use my debit card to buy a TV and why won’t the credit union explain why?