eFunds said Tuesday that revenue and earnings for its second quarter will be below the Company’s previous expectations. Revenue for the second quarter is now expected to be in the range of $130 million to $134 million. The Company says a combination of longer than expected sales cycles, economic and political uncertainties, delayed buying decisions and product cancellations, have contributed to the decline. The company also announced that CFO Paul Bristow will be leaving on June 30. The Company also announced that, in anticipation of CEO Gus Blanchard’s previously disclosed retirement plans, it has hired Korn/Ferry International to assist in finding a successor. For details on eFunds latest performance visit CardData ([www.carddata.com]).