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TMG's Todd Herren explores the once cost-prohibitive tactic of data analytics for powering credit and debit card portfolios. Now available to small and mid-size issuers, data analytics is a powerful tool for helping credit unions and community banks differentiate their cards in an increasingly competitive market.
In today's modern society, it is a common requirement during the course of any day to have to swipe a credit or debit card in order to complete a business transaction. A previsiously established password is usually required. Its all about having access to an account that has been established in your name. Nothing can stop you from having access because your name is on the account and all the authority associated with that account is yours. "Behold" (look and see) we have been given authority and power over all the power of the enemy. That is good. However, the fact that our names are on the books in heaven is the greatest reason to rejoice. Join us for live prayer at 6:00 AM Mon. -Fri. Dial 714 459-3963
: A few years back George Beane of Palmdale, California, stopped at a local Burger King and ordered 4 sandwiches at the drive-through window. Total cost of his bill: $4.33. However, when he handed the girl at the drive up window his debit card she absent mindedly punched in the numbers ... and then punched them in again without erasing the original ones - creating a total bill of $4,334.33.
He signed the slip without checking it... and the charge went through to George’s checking account leaving him penniless.
The newspapers got ahold of the story and billed the incident as "The most expensive meal in history."
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5 sneaky bank fees and how to catch them
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Atm fees are out of control.
LOS ANGELES —
The penalty for using an ATM that is not affiliated with your bank rose 5 percent over the past year.
The average fee for using an out-of-network ATM climbed to a new high of $4.35 per transaction, according to a survey released Monday by Bankrate.com. That figure includes $2.77 that banks charge non-customers and $1.58 that banks levy against their own customers for using an outside ATM.
Overdraft fees also surged, rising on average over the past 12 months to $32.74. That's the 16th consecutive record high, the firm said.
Checking account fees have been increasing as lenders adjust to federal banking laws and regulations enacted after the 2008 financial crisis. Among the changes: limits on when banks can charge overdraft fees on ATM and debit card transactions and a reduction in the fees that banks charge merchants for each customer who uses credit or debit cards for their purchase. Plus Live call to get Brian admmited in Bellevue hospital
You have done it. Someone at the grocery store asked "debit or credit" at the cash register as you swiped your debit card, and you have thought, "Who cares?"
Helen interviews a Denver Community accountant, Alan,who tells you why it matters. Then, armed with the facts, you can make the choice you want to make, with confidence, everytime you're asked that question. Plus, you can tell all your friends & look super-smart.
The City of Racine starts the ball rolling on TIF 18! This would be a TIF for what is called Machinry Row a part of Rootworks.
Will just be the start of open feeding for the pals of the Mayor? With the City so far in debit and pehaps having lost yet another tax case for more monery we do not have how does this help anyone but the good old boys?
Jerrie Merritt currently serves as Senior Vice President and Community Development Manager for Bank of Nevada. She began her career in banking at First National Bank of Fairbanks (Alaska) before moving to Nevada in 1982 to take a position with Nevada State Bank. Her banking career includes stints as Operations Officer for Security Bank of Nevada, and as a VP, Branch Manager, and Private Banking Officer for Wells Fargo.
Jerrie was an instructor for Principles of Banking with the American Institute of Banking, the Education and Training Chair with Financial Women International, and was a former Board member and Vice President of the American Institute of Banking. She is a member of the Las Vegas Chamber of Commerce, North Las Vegas Chamber, and is the current VP for the Urban Chamber of Commerce. She also serves on the board of governors for Valley Hospital Medical Center.
John Lundell is a personal coach and trainer at Success Partners Global. He specializes in helping individuals re-enter the workforce after challenging life situations such as incarceration, substance abuse treatment, mental health problems, and even homelessness. John emphasizes an approach on the individual and their unique needs in his coaching and uses the color code personaliy asessment.
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