eFunds Extends Relationship With Primary Payment Systems

Apr 19, 2001, 01:00 ET from eFunds Corporation

    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- eFunds Corporation
 (Nasdaq: EFDS), a leading provider of electronic payment, risk management and
 related professional services, today announced a five-year contract extension
 to provide processing services for Primary Payment Systems, Inc. (PPS), a
 majority-owned subsidiary of Star Systems, Inc.
     Under the terms of the agreement, eFunds will continue to provide
 processing services for all of Primary Payment Systems' services designed to
 reduce check and other payment losses including Deposit Chek(R), Prime Pay(R),
 and Prime Chek(R).  eFunds has served as processor for Primary Payment
 Systems, Inc.'s, services since 1992.
     "We're confident the extended contract with eFunds will continue to
 provide the processing services, reliability and security our customers have
 come to expect," said Larry Spooner, president, Primary Payment Systems.
     "eFunds is pleased to continue this relationship and help Primary Payment
 Systems provide superior services to its customers," said Jerry Lester,
 president of eFunds' Financial Institutions and Networks division.
 
     About eFunds
     eFunds delivers innovative, reliable and cost-effective technology
 solutions to meet its customers' payment and risk management, e-commerce and
 business process improvement needs.  eFunds provides its services to financial
 institutions, financial services companies, electronic funds networks,
 retailers, government agencies, e-commerce providers, and other companies
 around the world.  For more information, visit www.efunds.com.
 
     About Primary Payment Systems
     Primary Payment Systems, Inc. (PPS), a majority-owned subsidiary of Star
 Systems, Inc., is the nation's source for the national shared account and
 transactions databases, and a trusted provider of risk management solutions.
 PPS solutions allow financial institutions, retailers and credit card issuers
 to reduce payment losses by verifying the status on over 145 million accounts
 across the United States.
 
 

SOURCE eFunds Corporation
    SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., April 19 /PRNewswire/ -- eFunds Corporation
 (Nasdaq: EFDS), a leading provider of electronic payment, risk management and
 related professional services, today announced a five-year contract extension
 to provide processing services for Primary Payment Systems, Inc. (PPS), a
 majority-owned subsidiary of Star Systems, Inc.
     Under the terms of the agreement, eFunds will continue to provide
 processing services for all of Primary Payment Systems' services designed to
 reduce check and other payment losses including Deposit Chek(R), Prime Pay(R),
 and Prime Chek(R).  eFunds has served as processor for Primary Payment
 Systems, Inc.'s, services since 1992.
     "We're confident the extended contract with eFunds will continue to
 provide the processing services, reliability and security our customers have
 come to expect," said Larry Spooner, president, Primary Payment Systems.
     "eFunds is pleased to continue this relationship and help Primary Payment
 Systems provide superior services to its customers," said Jerry Lester,
 president of eFunds' Financial Institutions and Networks division.
 
     About eFunds
     eFunds delivers innovative, reliable and cost-effective technology
 solutions to meet its customers' payment and risk management, e-commerce and
 business process improvement needs.  eFunds provides its services to financial
 institutions, financial services companies, electronic funds networks,
 retailers, government agencies, e-commerce providers, and other companies
 around the world.  For more information, visit www.efunds.com.
 
     About Primary Payment Systems
     Primary Payment Systems, Inc. (PPS), a majority-owned subsidiary of Star
 Systems, Inc., is the nation's source for the national shared account and
 transactions databases, and a trusted provider of risk management solutions.
 PPS solutions allow financial institutions, retailers and credit card issuers
 to reduce payment losses by verifying the status on over 145 million accounts
 across the United States.
 
 SOURCE  eFunds Corporation