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PSCU Financial to provide card processing for Corporate America
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla., and IRONDALE, Ala. (9/29/11)--Alabama's Corporate America CU has partnered with Florida credit union service organization (CUSO) PSCU Financial Services to provide debit and credit card processing services to the corporate's member credit unions. Corporate America, a $3.3 billion asset corporate credit union based in Irondale, Ala., "reviewed several potential partners before" forming the alliance with the CUSO, said Thomas Bonds, president/CEO of Corporate America. "We believe PSCU Financial Services' commitment in providing superior financial products, unparalleled service and support to credit unions strengthens our goal of providing exception products and services to our membership," Bonds said. Michael Kelly, president/CEO, PSCU Financial Services, said the corporate's member credit unions "can leverage these payment channels to maximize member engagement and satisfaction. This partnership also expands our CUSO's ability to provide credit and debit card processing service and support for credit unions of all sizes." PSCU Financial Services, based in St. Petersburg, Fla., serves more than 1,500 financial institutions nationwide. It is owned by 640 member credit unions representing more than 16 million credit, debit, prepaid, online bill payment and electronic banking accounts.


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