IBAA Bancard announced today a new affiliation with the Virginia Association of Community Banks. With this announcement, the VACB joins 32 state banking organizations that exclusively endorse IBAA Bancard’s merchant program. Forty-two Virginia banks are already participants in IBAA Bancard programs, issuing credit and debit cards at competitive rates.
“Both the VACB and IBAA Bancard provide invaluable service to community banks. I am happy to see them working together to serve the community banks of Virginia,” remarked VACB president and IBAA Bancard Director Ron Miller.
“We are very pleased with the quality service of IBAA Bancard and we recommend them as a credit card and merchant service provider to all of our member banks,” said Patricia Satterfield, the state organization’s executive director. “With Bancard, our members can add a profitable product, maintain their independance and give their customers the best service available.”
“It is a great pleasure to welcome the Virginia Association of Community Banks as the newest addition to the IBAA Bancard family of state associations,” noted IBAA Bancard Chairman Richard Mount.
IBAA Bancard was launched in 1985 by the Independent Bankers Association of America and providers community banks with the opportunity to become independent issuers of Visa and MasterCard credit and debit cards. IBAA Bancard is the only national card program dedicated exclusively to the payment system needs of the nation’s community banks.Details