Migration to Windows 10 is a hot topic on everyone’s radar right now. The scheduled end date for Windows 7 report is only a short eight months away, and we are all itching to see some additional direction for upgrading our ATMs.
The ATM is a key touchpoint for financial services and cash access. But it is often one of the most neglected access points.
Banks and credit unions have been satisfied with allowing their machines to provide an added convenience to cardholders – and gain them added dividends on foreign card use. ATM operators and retailers have been happy to provide simple off-site cash access – and earn revenues from surcharge fees and interchange.
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.
Drawing invites Bank and Credit Union Marketers throughout the US to explore ATM capabilities beyond convenience and static messaging...and WIN!
Millennials don’t trust advertising. On a scale of five, well over half (65%) rate advertising as two or lower for truth, according to a 2014 study from The McCarthy Group. Your sales people get a similar ranking and your website? Only slightly better – with an average ranking just under three (2.7).
Online resource offers unique, customizable graphics to help financial institutions promote surcharge-free access and convenience.
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.
Despite a growing perception surrounding declining reliance and use of cash, recent studies show a much different picture.
Criminals want your information. Why? Because your identity equals money. Cyber baddies go out of their way to create duplicate websites and legitimate looking emails/offers in order to trick you into providing them with the information they need.