Introducing Advisory Services
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Issue Great Cards. Keep Your Portfolio.

Make TMGFS experts your experts too.

A well-run credit card program is competitive, strengthens member relationships and brings revenue to the credit union. Starting now, you can achieve all of that without selling your credit card portfolio. Advisory Services from TMGFS puts our agent-issuer experts to work for the credit card portfolio you own. Let us show you how we predict, adapt and win the love and loyalty of cardmembers.

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A Process to Help Your Credit Union Grow

Eye-Opening Portfolio Reviews

Our experts dig deep into the performance data of your portfolio to offer new ideas. We can even help execute those ideas if resources dictate.

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Superior Marketing Know-How

Experienced strategists turn up member excitement for your credit card. Sophisticated, data-driven campaigns target just the right cardmembers.

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Revolutionary Decision Making

Evolve your underwriting strategy with guidance from our tenured analysts. Multi-dimensional, proprietary scorecards get more consumers access to great credit cards.

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Member-Centric Collections

Prioritize relationships while maintaining a profitable program. Our debt collection experts inject compassion into effective, compliant collections strategy.

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