Blog 2017-02-17T01:42:54+00:00

Equifax Data Breach Impacts Millions

Equifax, one of the three largest credit reporting companies, announced last week that the personal information of 143 million Americans was accessed by hackers who exploited a vulnerability in the company’s website.  The information gained by the hackers included names and social security numbers.  Reports indicate 209,000 consumer credit card numbers were stolen.  What's worse?  Many of those affected are not [...]

Early access is underway!

Early access is currently underway! We launched Switch to a small group of friends and family a few weeks ago.  So far we are collecting information and already implementing some of the great feedback we’ve received. Now we are ready to introduce new users into the program! Why did we create Switch? We are all familiar with the feeling of frustration that comes from [...]

Come Meet Switch at Card Forum 2017

We are going to be in Austin, TX for Card Forum 2017! What is Card Forum? Card Forum is the only event built exclusively for card and payment executives at the industry’s leading issuers, networks and retailers. The program includes cutting edge insight from industry leaders like Chase, Wells Fargo, Bank of America, Google, U.S. Bank, PayPal, RBC and Visa. -via Card [...]

A Look Inside the New Home of SWITCH

We recently moved! Now that we've settled in, we wanted to give everyone a peak into the new home of SWITCH. Our new office is in the Pioneer Square district of Seattle’s downtown. Pioneer Square is “Seattle's first neighborhood.”  Even to this day,  it is bustling with restaurants, art, business, and best of all plenty of public transportation! If you’ve ever [...]

Managing Online Accounts is About to Get a Lot Easier

The world of online shopping and subscriptions has completely changed the way our daily needs are met. Last week I ordered flu medicine on Amazon Prime and it was at my door within a couple of hours. It’s fast, convenient, and growing; but with all of its perks, it’s not without its setbacks. Managing online accounts (passwords, usernames, payment information, etc..) [...]

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