FSV, Meta Start a Stored-Value Program

Kuykendall, Lavonne
August 2005
American Banker;8/16/2005, Vol. 170 Issue 157, p7
Trade Publication
Reports that FSV Payment Systems Inc. and Meta Payment Systems have teamed up to offer a stored-value gift card program called GiftIT. Description of the program, which lets financial institutions offer Visa or MasterCard debit gift cards to their customers; Brief profiles of the two companies.


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