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Posted by admin on Mar 05, 2010

How are ACH Transactions Classified?This article provides information on the classification codes associated with ACH processingACH Classification CodesThe Standard Entry Class (SEC) code is a three letter code that identifies the nature of the ACH processing entry. Here are some common SEC..

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Posted by admin on Mar 02, 2010

Check cashing stores are still the primary source of financial services for underbanked or unbanked consumers. According the the Aite Group, this group of consumers seldom use electronic payments.  Instead, they rely on more traditional payment methods such as cash, checks and money..

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Posted by admin on Mar 01, 2010

Prepaid cards for general use have been marketed with the idea that the cards could be reloaded. But, according to Mercator Advisory Group, many people who have the cards were not aware that the cards were reloadable.  And even if people knew the cards could be reloaded, only 11% of card holders..

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Posted by admin on Feb 22, 2010

Send Bank Deposits with Your Cell PhoneConsulting firm Mercatus surveyed US mobile banking customers on how likely they would be to use Check 21 remote deposit capture through a mobile phone. Not surprisingly, 66% of those age 26-34 and 69% of those 35-44 said they would use the service if it was..

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Posted by admin on Feb 16, 2010

According to report from the Mobile Marketing Association and Luth Research , 17% of adults in the US use mobile banking.  The report predicts that by the end of 2010, this number will increase to 22%, representing a 30% year-over-year rise in mobile banking users.Other findings from the report..

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Posted by admin on Feb 13, 2010

The International Payments Framework is a membership association currently made of around twenty banks and central banks, clearing and settlement mechanisms, associations and software vendors based in Europe, the US, Canada, Brazil and South Africa working with international payments.  The goals..

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