As lawmakers gear up to revise significant portions of financial regulations, financial institutions can use this breather to shore up their existing programs and systems.
Product Manager, Debit
As fraudsters increasingly up the ante with their tactics, it is more important than ever for financial institutions to take proactive prevention measures.
VP, Risk & Consumer Services
An on-point reissue strategy is a must in this era of constant compromise and high expectations for immediacy.
ATMs are far from a thing of the past. Cash remains king in America, and ATMs continue evolving to meet consumers’ changing needs.
While avoiding chip cards can seemingly keep transaction speeds lightening-like, the cost of such behavior can be fraud.
Product Manager, Credit
While rewards are a favorite among consumers, they aren’t the only value-add feature mobile payment offerings can have.
Manager, Product Strategy
Fraud Prevention Manager
Robocalls, social media schemes and criminals posing as fraud investigators are just a few tricks likely to pick up steam this year.
As the call for less cash, more plastic gets louder in emerging markets, debit card usage is likely to grow.
As more debit cards are upgrade to EMV chips, it is important to understand merchants’ roles in the transaction process.
More previously unbanked consumers worldwide are joining the banking system leading to a significant rise in debit growth.
As the season of gift giving ramps up, consumers may be looking for alternative ways to pay. Prepaid debit cards offer the convenience of built-in budgeting with enhanced security.
As UberCard joins the Mexican payment space, financial institutions should consider similarly creative ways to boost their debit card programs.
Dual interface card transactions declined due to CVV mismatches are not a result of the issuers’ or processors’ actions.
Consumer groups underserved by the financial services industry present many opportunities for organizations willing to pursue these markets.
The variety of payment options available to today’s consumers creates a terrific opportunity for both FIs and consumers.
One of the first key steps in preparing for the ATM EMV switchover this October is educating consumers on how to use their EMV chip cards at ATMs.
Meeting MasterCard’s EMV ATM liability shift of October 1 starts with getting the right hardware and software in place.