Trellance News Archives

Defusing social media bombs

Defusing social media bombs

Today, the consensus is that it is integral for you to have a strong online presence if you want to build a strong brand. With so much information being consumed online, it is almost impossible [...]

A new company is born

A new company is born

It isn’t every day that we have such awesome news to share on ThePaymentsReview; and fortunately today is one of those days. The PaymentsReview is proud to announce a new company, Trellance. There are [...]

Thought leadership – An interchange primer

Thought leadership – An interchange primer

It’s imperative for credit unions to understand interchange – the biggest component of non-interest income. One of the most misunderstood, and possibly the most misaligned topic in the credit and debit card world is interchange. [...]

2018 Reg Z penalty fees

2018 Reg Z penalty fees

Credit unions typically incorporate minimal fees, deriving most of their non-interest income from interchange on credit and debit portfolios. As the income from interchange declines, some credit unions look to fees to replace that revenue. [...]

Apple Pay Cash launches

Apple Pay Cash launches

Apple launched its person-to-person (P2P) payments service, Apple Pay Cash, riding on top of Apple’s iMessage, thereby joining a long list of other tech companies who also offer P2P, including PayPal, Square, Venmo, Facebook, [...]

Thought leadership – Partial Authorizations

Thought leadership – Partial Authorizations

The ability for an issuer to approve a “Partial Authorization” has been available since 2005, yet most issuers and merchants still don’t take advantage of it. As a result, transactions on debit, prepaid, and [...]

It’s the holiday season!

It’s the holiday season!

Back to School is over, Fall and pumpkin spice are in the air, and your members are already thinking about holiday purchases, and it’s only the end of September.  If you have a co-worker [...]

What is credit unioning?

What is credit unioning?

The Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (the OSFI is the Canadian equivalent of the US Office of the Comptroller of Currency) has issued a restriction – that any non-banks must remove the terms “bank”, “[...]