The Members Group Offers Visa's V.me to Bank Clients

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Visa's (NYSE: V) new digital wallet service, V.me, will be available to the financial institution clients of The Members Group.

V.me allows cardholders to enter their existing card data into a secure online service. The service then stores the data, allowing the cardholder to make online purchases without reentering their card data.
 
TMG clients who sign up for V.me will not lose any branding chances, TMG said Wednesday. The client's art will appear in the V.me service, maintaining the credit union or community bank's brand inside of the service. The service will be accessible through TMG's MyCardInfo cardholder portal and through the financial institution's banking website. TMG, a financial services provider to credit unions and community banks, will provide support and training. Visa said earlier this week that it had landed more than 50 financial institution partners for V.me.

The Independent Community Bankers of America also threw their support behind Visa's mobile wallet this week.

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