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4 CUs Tap TMG For Card Processing
DES MOINES, Iowa-The Members Group added a new credit union client and renewed partnerships with three others. Patriot FCU, Chambersburg, Penn., has joined TMG's client roster, signing on for the processing of its debit, PIN and ATM accounts. United Nations FCU and Honda FCU, Torrance, Calif., have renewed their credit and debit card processing contracts. Orlando FCU re-signed with TMG for credit card processing, as well as management of its gift card program.
For info: www.themembersgroup.com
Open Lending Partners With CUDL
AUSTIN, Texas-Open Lending, LLC, provider of the Lenders Protection Program, said it has completed work with CUDL to interface its enhanced program underwriting platform with CUDL's indirect auto loan origination platforms.
For info: www.cudirect.com or www.openlending.com
MnCUN, CO-OP Expand Partnership
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif.-CO-OP Financial Services and Minnesota Credit Union Network, St. Paul, Minn., are expanding their marketing partnership, with MnCUN now offering all CO-OP products and services to more than 150 Minnesota-based credit unions, with more than 1.5 million members.
For info: www.mncun.org or www.co-opfs.org
LAFCU Teams With Invest In America
LOS ANGELES-Los Angeles FCU has partnered with Invest In America to offer CU members exclusive discounts with IIA affiliates. Companies participating in the program include General Motors, Sprint Wireless, Allied Van Lines, DirecTV, CompleteTax, CU Benefits Express, FTD and Shop America.
For info: www.lafcu.org and click on the Invest In America tab
VolCorp Teams With VASCO
OAKBROOK TERRACE, Ill.-VASCO Data Security International, Inc., a software security company specializing in strong authentication products, said Volunteer Corporate CU (VolCorp) uses VASCO DIGIPASS GO 6 in combination with VACMAN Controller to secure access to VolCorp Online, an online application for member credit unions.
For info: www.vasco.com
Burroughs Unveils ReceiptNOW
PLYMOUTH, Mich.-Burroughs Payment Systems said it is looking to make tellers' work conditions less cluttered, more productive and ergonomically friendly with the introduction of its new ReceiptNow printer for teller scanners.
For info: www.burroughs.com