Credit unions have been taking advantage of digital advertising and other online tools to raise cash, increasing their digital footprint to more than 1 billion people.
Credit unions are making up the bulk of digital credit card transactions and they are becoming a bigger part of the money-losing industry.
Here’s what you need to know.
Credit card payments are now a $6.2 billion industry and are projected to grow by more than 6% to $20.9 billion by 2019.
The industry is in desperate need of a solution to the massive and growing credit card debt load.
It’s estimated that by 2020, credit card payment processing and processing of other digital assets such as online shopping will account for just over 10% of total transactions.
The growth of digital card processing is not a new phenomenon, but the growth of online retail has driven a major shift in the way consumers are spending money online.
While the traditional retail industry is experiencing an economic downturn, consumers are taking advantage in many ways to spend.
The rise of online shopping, online purchases and mobile apps have created an entire new world of opportunities for credit card users.
Credit cards are now the most popular form of payment in the U.S.
S., which has a massive debt load, has long been known as the most indebted country in the world.
According to a report from the Federal Reserve Bank of St. Louis, the United States’ debt grew to $1.3 trillion in 2015.
That was up from $932 billion in 2014.
But, according to a recent report from The National Association of Realtors, the debt is expected to be $3.6 trillion by 2019, which is expected for the U