Deposits & Payments

Prepaid Cards

By Denise Senecal | April 29, 2010

Mango Financial reaches out to unbanked Gen Y consumers by offering low fees and an attractive branch.

By Chris Tissue | April 1, 2010

This edition is brought to you straight from the corporate communities that use this holiday to have a little fun and show some personality. And from the letters C and U.

By Nicole Devine | Oct. 29, 2007

With teen spending on the rise, financial institutions are moving fast to offer prepaid cards to this market. Putting the member’s interests first, credit union programs allow parents to monitor teen spending while promoting fiscal responsibility at a young age.

By Mike Werstuik | Oct. 8, 2007

With the stored-value card market growing at a remarkable pace, a significant opportunity exists for credit unions to provide services for members who may not otherwise use the credit union.

By Appoorva Saxena | July 24, 2006

Thinking about a gift card program for your credit union? Here are some of the key points to consider.

By Appoorva Saxena | July 3, 2006

Prepaid cards are gaining in popularity. How big a piece of this $186 billion pie will your credit union get?

Partner Perspective
The Prepaid Card Opportunity

By PSCU | May 22, 2006

Prepaid cards represent a big opportunity for credit unions to serve existing members, reach out to new market segments, and expand brand recognition.

By Callahan & Associates | Oct. 1, 1997

About two years ago Lansing built a new minor league baseball park, and State Employees Credit Union obtained an exclusive contract for ATM services there. The manager of the park had been affiliated with a Jacksonville, Fla., ball club that issued the highly successful disposable card series. But our interest was in a rechargeable card for our members instead of a disposable card. We worked with MagicLine, our regional ATM switch, on developing a proposal. As it turned out, the Lansing ballpark