Frankfurt-base Software AG (SAG) has inked NJ-based PayCommerce to use SAG’s Digital Business Platform to expand its world-class cross-border payments network. The global payments pro faster and more secure payment solutions: business-to-business (B2B), business-to-consumer (B2C), consumer-to-business (C2B) and global disbursements and collections.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: SYNCHRONY (FRB); PIVOTAL (Breeders); CSI (IOFM); and TECHNAVIO (india).
Citibank North America branded credit card profits declined 16% and Citi retai North America branded card base shrank 1.0% YOY in Q2/15. However, credit quality improved as delinquency and charge-offs declined.
U.S. Bank (USB), one of the nation’s largest commercial card issuers, posted a paltry 0.6% gain in year-on-year (YOY) outstandings and a weak 3.2% gain in consumer and commercial purchase dollar volume (PDV) for the third quarter.
New stunning research shows the average estimated price for stolen credit and debit cards: $5 to $30 in the United States; $20 to $35 in the United Kingdom; $20 to $40 in Canada; $21 to $40 in Australia; and $25 to $45 in the European Union. Also, bank login credentials for a $2,200 balance bank account selling for $190.
Merchant Customer Exchange (MCX) reports the company’s mobile payment platform, CurrentC, is now available for use at participating Kmart, Sam’s Club, Sears and Walmart locations around Columbus, Ohio, as part of an expanding beta in that city.
Dallas-based GIACT Systems, provider of real-time data for payment risk analysis, has hired Jeff Givens as executive vice president of sales. The longtime technology industry veteran will lead GIACT’s sales organization as well as develop strategic partnerships and channel sales.
A new report suggests the U.S. commercial credit card market continues to demonstrate positive growth despite recent corporate economic challenges and increased levels of investment in corporate payable solutions.
Chase, the nation’s largest bank credit card issuer, continues to struggle with real growth as third quarter (Q3/15) outstandings inched upward by a mere 2% year-on-year (YOY) and purchase dollar volume (PDV) posted a weak growth rate of 6.%. Furthermore, Chase is consistently signing up 2.1 million accounts per quarter, while losing 3.0 million accounts YOY.
The nation’s second largest Visa and MasterCard issuer continues to struggle with sluggish outstandings and purchase dollar volume (PDV) growth, but credit card quality continues to improve in the third quarter.. However, Bank of America (BofA) continues to sign up 1.3 million accounts each quarter.
MasterCard will provide tokenization services to commercial credit card issuers. Soon, corporations and business travelers will be able to load eligible corporate credit cards within participating mobile and digital wallet services.
Gemalto has unleashed Dynamic Code Verification, a comprehensive payment security solution that protects against Card-Not-Present (CNP) fraud on-line and ensures an easy user-experience cardholders have come to expect.