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Americans like credit card applications to come to them

June 25 – Nearly half of consumers—42 percent—received their newest piece of plastic through a pre-approved credit card offer, according to Cardbeat, a syndicated market research report by Auriemma Consulting Group (ACG). Americans are familiar with direct mail solicitations and usually have several to choose from when they decide to apply for a new credit line.


Special Report: Redevelopment and Revitalization

The Kansas land rush began at the turn of the century — the 21st century, that is. Marquette, located in the southeastern part of the state, grabbed the headlines four years ago by offering free building lots for families looking for a “friendly, small town atmosphere” where life is “relaxed, safe and fun.” In nearby Ellsworth, the “Welcome Home Plan” also includes free lots, while Minneapolis, north of Salina, offers free lots nearly a half acre in size. And Atwood, near the Colorado border, offers free lots for new homes and new businesses. Atwood’s website sums up the message of many rural communities: “Where else can you enjoy a cup of coffee at the local café, and everyone there is your friend?!!!!!”


FDIC’s Supervisory Policy on Identity Theft

ID Theft: Turning It into a Business Opportunity

Banks don’t need to be told they’re losing business to fears over online security and identity theft. An even greater challenge is persuading more customers to try the significant benefits online banking can offer. 


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