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eWise Calls For Advisory Group of Secure Vault Payments Stakeholders

March 17, 2011

eWise, a Denver-based online payment solutions provider, called for the formation of a Secure Vault Payments Marketing Advisory Council. The group would work to share insights about and maximize awareness of Secure Vault Payments, the alternative online payment option that leverages the ACH system and consumers’ online banking systems. “Secure Vault Payments continues to grow in its size and penetration,” said Jan Estep, president and CEO of NACHA, the organization that developed and maintains the ACH network. “As participation expands, user experiences will be critical to informing future needs. The expertise the council members bring to the table will help guide market development for Secure Vault Payments.” The Council is accepting nominations from which it will name its founding members representing financial institutions, merchants, billers and gateway service companies. All Council members are expected to be seated no later than April 15, 2011 and are expected to serve for an annual term. For a nomination form, visit www.ewise.com.



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