by Ken Meiser

Ken Meiser

In our last post, we reported that on Black Friday in-store and online consumers shopped earlier in the day posting record breaking sales, which likely resulted in credit, loan and service application volumes also peaking earlier in the day. …

by Ken Meiser

Ken Meiser

If you happened to turn on your local news on Thanksgiving evening, you probably saw interviews with shoppers who were camped out at select retailers, some for days, in anticipation of ‘Black Friday’ deals. A national survey by Ebates revealed …

by Ken Meiser

Ken Meiser

When Victor Frankenstein set out to fashion a new life form with body parts he gathered from multiple corpses, he was unaware of the damage his creation would later inflict on innocent people.1 While Frankenstein’s monster was a fictional …

by Ken Meiser

Ken Meiser

According to Javelin’s 2015 Identity Fraud Report, seniors (individuals over 65) incur the highest level of fraud across all types of fraud. Why is that? Seniors are attractive victims: older individuals have better credit and hold more accounts compared

by Aaron Kline

Aaron Kline

Javelin estimates that 63% of the U.S. population will use mobile banking by 2018. Additionally, of consumers applying for new checking and credit card accounts, 70% seeking checking accounts and 80% of those applying for credit card accounts prefer to