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Genesis Financial “Second Look” Private Label Cards

Applicants turned down by mainstream private label card issuers get a “second look” from specialist lenders focused on these consumers. Second-look credit card applications are typically initiated at the point of sale when an automated system notifies a store employee that their company’s primary credit provider has declined an application. Genesis Financial is the top provider of private label credit cards to consumers declined by Synchrony, Citi, Alliance Data, and other mainstream providers. The company has generated more than $1 billion in private label card receivables since 2011...

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June 2017
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Asia-Pacific Market Shares of Purchase Volume-2016

U.S. General Purpose Cards 1Q 2017 vs. 1Q 2016

U.S. Credit Card Debt 1986-2016

Largest Merchant Acquirers in Middle East-Africa 2016

Asia-Pacific Market Shares of Purchase Transactions by Brand

Asia-Pacific General Purpose Cards 2016 vs. 2015

Year-Over-Year Growth/Decline in Purchase Volume on Cards Issued in Asia-Pacific

U.S. Store Credit Cards 2016 vs. 2015

U.S. Visa/Mastercard Credit Card Issuers-Third 50 2016

Consumer ACH Transactions in the U.S. 2016