Gift Card Coffee Break, July 22:Cryptocurrencies and Consumer Payments 

On Thursday, July 22 at 11:30am ET/10:30am CT, we invite you to grab a mug, sit down at your computer and join fellow members to discuss relevant topics related to gift cards. 

This week's topic is on Cryptocurrencies and Consumer Payments - "What Digital Currencies Mean for Merchants" 
This weeks session includes a 101 overview, We'll hear how cryptocurrencies are becoming a choice for consumers when making payment at your point point of sale, Learn how your stored value program (gift cards/branded currency) can be utilized to unlock new sales channels as Gen Z and Millennials audiences are looking to pay with digital assets and more! 

We're looking forward to connecting with you! If you have questions, please contact us. Members can access the call-in information via the link below.

If you have a topic to suggest, please contact us!

Please review the guidelines for participation prior to attending.

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RGCA Member Orientation, July 19 at 2 PM CT

This online session provides an overview of the RGCA, its initiatives, and how to make the most of your membership. Designed for new member brands, new staff at existing member brands, and anyone who would benefit from a refresher on RGCA member benefits.

Topics covered include navigating the member-only website content, details on legal and PR benefits, upcoming events (virtual and in-person), and how to get involved. There will also be time for questions from participants.

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RGCA Event Code of Conduct

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To report any suspicious activity please contact the FTC at ftc.gov/complaint. If the activity is related to the IRS or taxes, also email the Treasury IG for Tax Administration (TIGTA) at Lawenforcement@tigta.treas.gov.

If you are over the age of 60 and expect you or someone you know has been a victim of fraud, you can also call the National Elder Fraud Hotline at 1-833-372-8311