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CPI Card Group PSCU Financial ready for EMV demand
LITTLETON, Colo. (9/14/11)--PSCU Financial Services, one of the nation’s largest credit union service organizations, has partnered with card producer CPI Card Group to equip credit unions with a Europay, MasterCard and Visa (EMV) card program for overseas members. CPI has produced several million EMV cards in the last year and is working on pilot programs with major U.S. banks and credit unions for traveler’s cards. It offers EMV card support and solutions to financial institutions and is one of the first to provide EMV card production and personalization in multiple North American sites, providing security and disaster recovery options to EMV card issuers, CPI said. PSCU Financial Services, based in St. Petersburg, Fla., offers services such as credit, debit, ATM and prepaid cards, bill payment, electronic banking and contact center solutions. CPI, based in Littleton, Colo., is EMV-certified in Canada and the U.S., and offers a range of services from card production to personalization and fulfillment.


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