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Mobile banking sparks shared-branch CUs interest
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., and SAN DIMAS, Calif. (9/24/09)--More than half of credit unions that have signed up for mobile banking with Financial Service Centers Cooperative (FSCC) and PSCU Financial Services have chosen to integrate the solution through FSCC’s Shared Branching Network. Another 20% of FSCC credit unions are showing interest in the mobile solution, they said. The interest is growing because of the integrated technologies at both FSCC and PSCU Financial Services. The platform appeals to consumers of all ages--especially young adults, said David J. Serlo, PSCU Financial Services president. The mobile banking solution can be downloaded in multiple formats, including Wireless Application Protocol and a downloadable application--Applet. The tool features real-time, on-demand access to checking, savings, credit card and other account information. FSCC is a credit union Shared Branching Network that provides more than 6,000 full-service deposit-taking locations in the U.S. and overseas. PSCU Financial Services is a credit union service organization that serves more than 1,300 financial institutions nationwide.


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