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Feb 26, 2021 / Business Insider

Mastercard and Visa Credit Card Fee Hikes May Be On the Horizon
"...global card fraud has been steadily increasing and is projected to reach $32.04 billion in 2021, per (the) Nilson Report."

Feb 24, 2021 / The Wall Street Journal

Covid-19 Shopping Makes Card Fees a Bigger Burden for Merchants
"The amount of Visa and Mastercard credit-card interchange fees paid by U.S. merchants actually fell last year, down 17% to $44.4 billion, according to the Nilson Report..."

Feb 11, 2021 / The Motley Fool

Here Are 3 Great Starter Stocks
According to the Nilson Report, Visa operates the world´s largest payments network, connecting financial institutions, merchants, and consumers in over 200 countries and territories.

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Feb 11, 2021 / The Motley Fool

Here Are 3 Great Starter Stocks
According to the Nilson Report, Visa operates the world´s largest payments network, connecting financial institutions, merchants, and consumers in over 200 countries and territories.

Feb 9, 2021 / Bloomberg

Wells Fargo Decides to Keep Its Private-Label Credit Card Unit "...Even before the pandemic, Wells-Fargo didn´t rank among the top five firms in the space, according to (the) Nilson Report, which tracks the industry."

Feb 9, 2021 / Bloomberg

Wells Fargo Decides to Keep Its Private-Label Credit Card Unit "...Even before the pandemic, Wells-Fargo didn´t rank among the top five firms in the space, according to (the) Nilson Report, which tracks the industry."

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Feb 8, 2021 / CardRates.com

The Bancorp Provides Prepaid Debit Card and Technology Solutions to Non-Bank Financial Firms
"Business solutions enabled by The Bancorp have helped make the company the #1 issuer of prepaid card volume for eight strait years and the eighth-largest issuer of debit cards by purchase volume according to data from the Nilson Report."

Feb 2, 2021 / 24/7 Wall Street

BofA Securities Adds 3 Blue Chip Leaders to US 1 List of Top Stocks to Buy
"According to Nilson estimates, Mastercard is the third-largest global credit and debit network, as measured by volume."

Jan 27, 2021 / CNBC

Credit Card Fraud Will Increase in Due to the Covid Epidemic, Experts Warn
"Payment card fraud losses reached $28.65 billion worldwide in 2019, according to the most recent Nilson Report data. The United States alone is responsible for more than a third of the total global loss, making it the most card fraud-prone country in the world."