Hunter overhauls debit card system

Tuesday 14 July 2009

Article by Mozo

Hunter United Employee Credit Union has entered the credit card market after swapping its old debit card processing system.

The Australian reports that after making the decision to enter the credit card market, Hunter realised its existing debit card payments system would not be up to the task of supporting credit cards.

Worried that the company was losing business to bigger providers, managing director John Ford outsourced the job of installing the new system to Rubik Financial.

Now, with the combined credit card and debit card system installed, the company is able to offer its customers a more complete package.

"For staff, there was a sense of relief that we were able to offer a comprehensive range of products and we didn’t have to direct them to other providers," said Mr Ford.

Hunter also offers bank term deposits and bank savings accounts guaranteed up to the value of $1 million under government legislation pushed through last year.

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