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Mobile banking offered by FSCC PSCU Financial Services
SAN DIMAS, Calif., and ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. (3/6/08)--Credit unions may get a new mobile banking platform as early as May, according to Financial Service Centers Cooperative Inc. (FSCC) and PSCU Financial Services. The two credit union service organizations have formed a long-term alliance to further expand their business relationship, and will cross-sell each other's products. Their first collaborative offering is aimed at mobile banking. The new mobile banking platform would join PSCU Financial's mobile technology with FSCC's interface and delivery channel. Officials at both companies report that test transactions have been successful and are confident of a spring rollout. The service will provide users access to share, checking, bill pay, credit card, and prepaid account information anywhere and anytime via a mobile device/cell phone. Members also will be able to make funds transfers, pay bills and check their transaction history. The service is designed to easily integrate into credit unions' internal systems. Credit unions on the FSCC network can use their existing shared branch interface to offer the service. This eliminates costly implementation fees and/or host system programming.


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