PSCU works with the Tarrant County Credit Union

PSCU has announced that it will partner with Tarrant County’s Credit Union (TCCU) to provide debit and credit card processing services and support, according to a press release emailed to PYMNTS.

“As with the PSCU, it is clear that the experience of the members is central to all of the services and offerings of the TCCU,” said Chris Gunnare, Senior Vice President and Chief Sales Officer at PSCU. “We are excited to have the opportunity to work with the credit union team to provide their members with the industry-leading tools, technology and support that our CUSO [credit union service organization] is known.”

Based in Fort Worth, Texas, TCCU has assets of over $ 117 million, and has been in business for over six decades. According to the press release, it aims to achieve the “financial goals of its members” and through this partnership be able to offer more advanced debit and credit card processing technologies.

Lily Neufarmer, President and CEO of TCCU, said PSCU “had everything we were looking for in a trusted partner,” adding that PSCU had already done well in providing support and training to help with the transition.

PYMNTS writes that the PSCU was also recently selected as a partner to work with the New England Federal Credit Union (NEFCU).

See also: PSCU is being tapped by Vermont-based NEFCU as a processing partner

NEFCU serves 12 counties in Vermont and four in New Hampshire. It has 95,000 members and over $ 1.9 billion in assets under management.

Like TCCU, NEFCU was looking for a partner who could deliver a strong digital solution for the future. Susan Leonard, senior vice president and chief financial officer, said the idea is to bring advanced digital and mobile services to NEFCU members.

“Our ultimate goal was and always will be to offer our members the highest standard of service in order to exceed their expectations and needs,” said Leonard.

NEFCU will use PSCU’s credit services from 2022 and debit services will be launched in 2023.



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