American Express continues to lose U.S. marketshare to Visa (VS) and MasterCard (MC) in the fourth quarter, with MC doing the most damage gaining 80 basis points (bps). Discover continues to maintain its 2.5% marketshare in U.S. Gross Dollar Volume (GDV).
Cardtek USA reports its sister company, Phaymobile’s has memberships to “Samsung Enterprise Alliance Program” and “Tizen Association Partner Program.”
Detroit-based Rock Processing is here, the brainchild of Rock Ventures, the Quicken Loans family of companies and International Bancard.
A stunning new survey shows the average Ingo Money user loads 90% more value per month to their prepaid card than a non-user, with no measurable cannibalization of pre-existing load volume or load fee revenue. Prepaid cardholders enrolled in Direct Deposit who also use Ingo Money load 44.2 percent more value monthly than non-users.
In 2005, Shift4 introduced the term tokenization to the payments industry at a Security Summit in Las Vegas. In the years that followed, tokenization became a buzzword and a go-to solution for security-conscious businesses.
A new cryptocurrency is emerging in ziftrCOIN. Ziftr has created a suite of tools and applications designed to integrate with Bitcoin, ziftrCOIN, Litecoin, Dogecoin and other popular altcoins.
ACI confirmed its commitment to the continuing development of ReD Shield, its flagship eCommerce fraud prevention solution. The solution is central to ACI’s Universal Payments (UP) omni-payments offering for leading retailers that the company supports around the globe.
CardWeb.com’s CardExecs database of payments industry movers and shakers today features Malcolm McRoberts, Senior Vice President, Small Business Services of Deluxe Corp.
Multi-channel payments solution provider EFTPOS New Zealand has migrated its Dial POS network to Transaction Network Services (TNS). The agreement enables EFTPOS New Zealand, which was acquired by Verifone in 2013, to support the changing technology mix for payment acceptance in New Zealand and more quickly rollout its next generation of payment technologies.
Most Millennials don’t have credit cards and aren’t interested in applying for one. Plus 30% merged bank accounts before they were married, compared to twelve percent of Baby Boomers.
FICO is making additional versions of the FICO Score available to consumers. Anyone who buys a product with a base FICO Score 8 from myFICO.com now also receives up to 10 additional FICO Score versions ” five based upon Equifax data and five based upon Experian data.
WI-based Fiserv reports GAAP revenue was $5.07 billion compared with $4.81 billion in 2013. Adjusted revenue was $4.74 billion for the full year compared with $4.55 billion in 2013, an increase of 4%.