Idaho Central Credit Union, the state's largest credit union based on assets and members, is converting all 40,000 of its signature- and PIN-debit cards to PSCU Financial Services' debit-processing platform, the companies announced yesterday. The Chubbuck, Idaho-based credit union, which owns 21 ATMs, also signed an agreement with PSCU to manage Idaho Central's ATMs. ATM driving involves supporting multiple ATM manufacturers and providing 24-hour ATM monitoring. With the addition of Idaho Central's ATMs, PSCU now drives more than 700 ATMs nationwide. PSCU, a credit-union service organization, also will process all 11,500 of Idaho Central's credit card accounts. "We decided to move our debit and credit programs to PSCU because it is a comprehensive product that delivers features like fraud management, rewards and prepaids/reloadables that enhance service to our members," Shannon Marshburn, the credit union's vice president of operations, said in a statement. Idaho Central has $660 million in assets and 71,000 members.
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