PSCU News Archives

Evaluating your fraud toolkit

Evaluating your fraud toolkit

Every year, the start of a new year reinvigorates consumers around the world to set resolutions to get organized, implement healthy habits and establish ways to enhance their lives. While businesses do not necessarily make [...]

The gift card fraud phenomenon

The gift card fraud phenomenon

Gift cards are a convenient and flexible way for shoppers to buy gifts for others, allowing recipients to purchase items of their own choice. A recent Research and Markets report revealed gift cards to be [...]

IVRs: An important asset for your credit union

IVRs: An important asset for your credit union

In today’s technology-driven world, many financial institutions are implementing the latest technology to keep up with the ever-evolving needs of their accountholders. While this is critically important, proven technology is also relevant and serves [...]

Oceans apart, our mission is the same

Oceans apart, our mission is the same

The credit union movement began with a simple idea — that by pooling savings and making loans to neighbors and co-workers, people could achieve a better standard of living. This movement has existed for over a [...]

Understanding social engineering fraud

Understanding social engineering fraud

On an almost daily basis, organizations face evolving financial crime threats as attackers attempt to disarm and exploit credit unions, employees and members. One fraud technique becoming even more prevalent than before among financial institutions [...]

Thoughts on the FTX collapse

Thoughts on the FTX collapse

We believe in the premise that crypto is not going away. However, we try to reinforce the notion that ‘it’s not just about bitcoin.’ The sky-high speculations of last year, followed by the decline [...]

Saving the planet one card at a time

Saving the planet one card at a time

National Recycling Day falls annually on November 15, serving as a reminder about the importance of recycling — and protecting our planet. Now more than ever, consumers are speaking out with their concern about the environment – [...]

Navigating the new overdraft and NSF landscape

Navigating the new overdraft and NSF landscape

Over the past year, significant changes to eliminate or modify overdraft (OD) and non-sufficient funds (NSF) fees were implemented by the largest financial institutions in the U.S., quickly transforming the competitive landscape. Fourteen of [...]