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FSCC partners with foreign exchange company
EDINBURGH, Scotland (4/28/08)--Financial Services Centers Cooperative (FSCC), a shared branching network, announced that it has partnered with eZforex.com, an online foreign exchange company. The announcement was made at the Defense Credit Union Council overseas sub council meeting in Edinburgh, Scotland, last week. Through the alliance, eZforex will be connected to FSCC’s shared branching interface that connects online foreign currency transaction data to the FSCC Network. Credit unions members can purchase foreign currency in more than 100 countries and pay via FSCC’s network by debiting a checking, savings or other credit account. The currency is then delivered to the members’ homes or offices within 24 to 48 hours, excluding weekends. “Credit union members are traveling the globe in record numbers and conducting business globally,” said FSCC President/CEO Sarah Canepa Bang. “Offering a convenient venue for members to purchase foreign currency or send a wire to Europe in minutes is a value-added service to credit union members that generates new revenues.” FSCC has more than 5,000 deposit-taking locations in the U.S. and five other countries. It also offers access at more than 2,000 7-Eleven Vcom units. eZforex is a foreign exchange service provider for credit unions, airlines and travel-related portals. The company is based in Longview, Texas.


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