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US Bank and Pulse extend debit network agreement

13 July 2009  |  1973 views  |  0 Source: Pulse

Pulse has extended its relationship with U.S. Bank in a long-term agreement that provides U.S. Bank customers with PIN debit point-of-sale (POS) and ATM services.

"PULSE has a proven record of providing reliable and high-quality PIN POS and ATM services, which was vital in renewing our long-standing relationship," said Lynn Heitman, senior vice president in U.S. Bank Retail Payment Solutions. "PULSE has been a strong partner for many years, and we look forward to continuing to provide our cardholders with convenient and accessible debit and ATM services through an industry leader like PULSE."

"We strive to provide quality services to all of our participants, and we are proud to work with a valued customer in U.S. Bank," said Leah Henderson, executive vice president of sales at PULSE. "We look forward to growing our long-term relationship with U.S. Bank, as we continue to provide reliable network access and customer service to our entire network."

 

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