This Week in Credit Card News: April 9–15
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U.S. Bank Is New Issuer of State Farm Credit Cards
- State Farm is exiting the banking scene, and its credit cards have been converted to new U.S. Bank credit cards.
- The new cards are now open for applications:
- U.S. Bank is taking over State Farm’s existing deposit and credit card accounts; State Farm’s exit from banking operations is expected to conclude in April.
- Sources: State Farm, Pantagraph
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