Security Card Services Signs Eight New Bank Partners during Q1 2017

OXFORD, Miss., May 17, 2017 – Security Card Services, the largest provider of technology enabled payment processing solutions that sells to community and regional banks only, added eight new bank partners in the first quarter of 2017. The new bank partners are as follows:

  • First National Bank of Scotia
  • South Central Bank
  • Bear State Bank
  • State Bank of Cross Plains
  • Heritage Trust Federal Credit Union
  • Oxford University Bank
  • Embassy Bank of Lehigh Valley
  • Whatcom Educational Credit Union

Serving over 150 bank partners in 44 different states, Security Card Services is building a nationally known brand and a nationwide presence within the payment processing industry. This year, the firm will experience an organic growth rate in excess of 20 percent with processed volume reaching $5.5 billion, placing it among the Top 50 Acquirers according to Nilson reports.

“We have built our business on serving Banks exclusively,” stated William Alias III, President of Security Card Services. “As we continue to grow as a company and facilitate the growth of our bank partners, we will remain focused on service fundamentals, bank merchant growth and “can-do’ attitudes embraced by our employees.”

Security Card Services anticipates boarding an additional 10 to 12 bank partners in the remaining of 2017.

About Security Card Services

Security Card Services, LLC (SCS) was founded in 1996 and is headquartered in Oxford, Mississippi. SCS is one of the leading merchant services firms focused on providing Merchant Services and Credit Card processing through Community and Regional Banks throughout the country. As a provider of merchant services to more than 150 bank partners across the United States, Security Card Services understands that excellent customer service is vital to the success of a Merchant Services program.

 

Media Contact:

Rob Vincent, 770-431-6151  rvincent@securityholdingsllc.com

2653 West Oxford Loop, Suite 108

Oxford, MS 38655