Posts Tagged ‘debit cards’

PSC, BancorpSouth, Renasant warn of debit card scam

TUPELO β€” Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley is warning Mississippi consumers of a weekend series of scam calls claiming to be BancorpSouth asking customers to either validate or re-instate their debit cards. Presley said his office contacted officials with BancorpSouth and verified that the calls were indeed a scam. Similar calls went out a few […] [...]

Pickering revises amount owed by Davis on credit card charges

SOUTHAVEN β€” The office of Mississippi Auditor Stacey Pickering is revising the amount that Southaven Mayor Greg Davis must repay to taxpayers after aldermen determined that about $6,000 in charges to the mayor’s city-issued credit card were not city-related expenses. “We didn’t have enough documentation to justify approximately $6,000 as city expenses,” Aldermen Ronnie Hale […] [...]

Consumers win Senate battle with retailers

by Published: June 12,2011

Tags: debit card swipe fee, debit cards, swipe fees

Retailers, gas stations, restaurateurs and other businesses that regularly receive payment through customer debit cards won the day in the U.S. Senate last Wednesday, with opponents of caps on debit card swipe fees falling short of votes needed to delay implementation of the caps for two years. The Senate vote lets the Federal Reserve limit […] [...]

Security Card Services renews contract with NPC

by Published: February 22,2011

Tags: agreement, banking and finance, credit cards, debit cards

OXFORD β€” National Processing Company (NPC) has entered into a multi-year independent sales organization (ISO) contract renewal with Security Card Services, LLC, for debit and credit card processing services to merchants and financial institutions. “Security Card Services, LLC has partnered with NPC for the past 14 years and we have developed powerful strategies to achieve […] [...]

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