debit cards Archive
Financial institutions can charge consumers to customize the design of their debit/credit card. Here are four strategies to generate income.
TD says it’s “time to bank human again.” What does that mean? Free pens and lollipops? The campaign seems innocuous, but it raises awkward questions for the bank's "convenience" brand.
Using Google Trends, bank and credit union marketers can find a wealth of information right at their fingertips.
A study by Market Rates Insight finds that about 50% of consumers say they are likely to use reloadable prepaid cards... and pay over $4 for the service.
Banks know everything about customers, but swiftly forget all of it… What's the future of branches… Is social banking on the way? Plus 29 more headlines.
RBS and NatWest customers can use the mobile banking app to request a 6-digit PIN they can enter at ATM to receive cash -- no debit card needed.
Bank Transfer Day is over, and November 5th has come and gone. So how bad was the damage? These facts and figures put the body count in perspective.
Why didn't banks test debit card fees first? ...3 in 5 consumers have no interest in engaging with your brand online... Probably because they hate banks. 34 headlines this week.
What a bizarre week. Customer fee outrage sparks mass exodus... BofA whines at first, but then flip flops... Then every bank toying with the idea abandons it -- all at once. 32 headlines total.
Just because BofA introduced a $5 debit card fee doesn’t automatically mean its castaway customers are unprofitable to other financial institutions, especially those unaffected by Durbin.
BofA's $5 monthly debit card fee could cost them 20 million customers.
The Duo Card, a combined credit and debit card, makes Fifth Third the first card issuer in the U.S. to offer this kind of dual functionality in one piece of plastic.
For all the benefits online and mobile banking solutions offer, instant issue cards is one convenience available only at physical branch locations.
Somewhere between 33%–75% of consumers opted in to OD plans, and overdraft fees will hit a record in 2011. But was deceptive marketing involved?
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