Consumers are becoming increasingly reliant on self-service. And their attitude toward financial services is no different. But, with more account holders turning to remote and digital solutions, how is a financial institution supposed to stay convenient and top-of-mind?
A new multiyear partnership between Michigan Legacy Credit Union and ATM technology company FCTI is putting customized ads for the credit union’s products and services on ATM screens at 7-Elevens throughout the United States, according to an announcement from the partners.
MBA® Screen Upgrade program delivers custom messages to Michigan Legacy Credit Union cardholders at over 8,000 7-Eleven stores nationwide.
ATM participation and marketing relationship with FCTI, Inc. delivers surcharge-free account access for Axiom Bank cardholders at more than 8,000 7-Eleven stores.
It’s that time of year where everyone is breaking out the tricks, treats, costumes, and pumpkins. If you haven’t been living under a rock, you have probably noticed the increase in costume lists, complaints, and zombies. And, no, I don’t mean Jared from the meeting this morning.
Drawing invites Bank and Credit Union Marketers throughout the US to explore ATM capabilities beyond convenience and static messaging...and WIN!
Software allows dynamic advertising, lead collection, and receipt coupons for retail and financial institution customers, as well as the ability to present sponsored promotions to surcharged consumers for banks and credit unions.
While it is unlikely the ATM is the next Pay Phone, technology still has an important role to play in the future of automated teller machines. After all, this is the world of “me”.
ATM participation and marketing relationship delivers surcharge-free account access for ConnectOne Bank clients to nearly 8,000 7-Eleven®locations throughout the U.S.
A majority (78%) of US workers live paycheck to paycheck, according to a 2017 CareerBuilder Survey. One in four workers do not contribute to savings most months. Higher salaries do not end money issues, either. Of workers making $100,000+, nine percent (9%) are living paycheck to paycheck. The percentage only rises as income decreases – with twenty-eight percent (28%) of those making $50,000-99,999 and fifty-one percent (51%) of those making under $50,000 also counting on the next payday.