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  • White Paper Explores First 90 Days of the Cardmember Journey

    posted on Monday, June 19, 2017 Today's creditworthy consumers own multiple cards from numerous issuers, forcing credit card issuers to reexamine their activation and engagement strategies to compete. According to credit card marketing expert Robin Caddell, it's paramount community financial institution issuers make their cards stand out from the crowd as early in the cardmember journey as possible.

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  • How to Compete in Today's Tough Credit Card Market

    posted by Eric Schurr on Tuesday, June 13, 2017 The credit card industry has become increasingly competitive. What was once just a payment method – a short-term loan – is now a full consumer experience threaded with rewards programs, fraud protections and too-good-to-be-true promotional offers.

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  • Countryside Federal Credit Union Partners with TMG Financial Services

    posted on Tuesday, June 6, 2017 Countryside Federal Credit Union announced it has partnered with top-63 credit card issuer TMG Financial Services (TMGFS) to roll out a brand new credit card program for members of the $153 million New York cooperative. The partnership will allow Countryside to provide their members more value without taking staff away from other key products and strategic initiatives.

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  • The First 90 Days: Early Month on Book Strategy Critical to Long-Term Cardmember Loyalty

    posted by Robin Caddell on Tuesday, June 6, 2017 Like many successful relationships, the one between cardmember and card issuer hinges on a great first impression. In this day and age, with creditworthy consumers owning multiple cards from numerous issuers, it's paramount issuers make their cards stand out from the crowd as soon as possible.

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  • Navigating Compliance during a Credit Card Conversion

    posted by Julie Wigg, Project Services Team Lead on Wednesday, May 31, 2017 Compliance and regulations can seem like a daunting piece of the puzzle when considering converting a credit card portfolio. However, CARD Act regulations are an important piece of the planning processes for financial institutions anticipating a conversion from one credit card issuer to the next.

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