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A look inside consumers’ security concerns about emerging payments

Facebook has an image problem with some consumers, and that’s become more obvious as the social media company continues to roll out its new person-to-person payments feature within [...]

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More BitLicense rules coming to New York

Benjamin Lawsky, Superintendent of the New York Department of Financial Services, plans to unveil additional bitcoin licensing rules before his departure from government service in June, [...]

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Post office banking? Could be

The U.S. Postal Service continues to examine the prospect of offering banking services. The USPS Office of the Inspector General released a white paper in January 2014 that raised the topic, and [...]

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CFPB Spring 2015 rulemaking agenda

Spring 2015 rulemaking agenda By Kelly Cochran As a 21st century agency created by the Dodd-Frank Act, we’re here to make consumer finance markets work by making rules more effective, by [...]

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What millennials really want from the ATM

They’re the biggest cohort since the baby boomers, and they couldn’t be more different from that post-war generation. Most obviously, because they’ve grown up behind a screen — [...]

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Report: Omnichannel banking lessons learned

Omnichannel banking enables customers to do their banking and interact with their financial institutions however they like — at the branch, or via ATM, the Web, or mobile device. However, [...]

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ATM cash limit for TANF recipients puts Kansas crosswise with Fed

In April 2015, Kansas governor Sam Brownback signed a groundbreaking bill imposing a daily ATM cash limit of $25 on recipients of Temporary Assistance to Needy Families. Now it seems the TANF [...]

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Study: Tab for cybercrime to reach $2 trillion by 2019

A new report from Juniper Research suggests that the rapid digitization of consumers’ lives and enterprise records will increase the cost of data breaches to $2.1 trillion globally by 2019, [...]

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Chase to convert 70 pct. of cards from mag-stripe to chip by year end

Chase has announced plans to convert more than 70 percent of its credit and debit cards to chip technology by the end of 2015. The bank also is upgrading its ATMs to accept chip cards, according [...]

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