Pledgeling, the easiest way to donate to charity, today announced it was selected by Swagbucks to handle the company’s employee giving program. Each quarter, Swagbucks gives its employees $50 to donate to the charity of his or her choice.
Parkmobile has ankled Jon Ziglar as Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Ziglar is replacing Cherie Fuzzell, who is leaving the company to pursue other opportunities.
CardWeb.com’s CardExecs database of payments industry movers and shakers today features Pamela Patsley Executive Chairman & Chief Executive Officer of MoneyGram.
CO-based North American Bancard has inked a joint product and marketing relationship between its front-end gateway, NAB Velocity, and PA-based Future POS, an award-winning point-of-sale (POS) software for restaurants.
Arroweye Solutions, the only digital On-Demand payment technology firm, has been selected to provide EMV prepaid cards for The Card Collaborative International (TCCI). The flexibility of Arroweye’s Digital On-Demand model allows for better responsiveness to customer needs, and ensures that TCCI can better serve its clients, and slash lead times by putting cards in customers’ hands in days, not weeks.
CardWeb.com’s CardWatch database of more than 57,000 marketing items today features the Chase Freedom TV Commercial, ‘Dog Costumes’ Song.
Over the past few years participants of the WebMoney system have been actively using the E-NUM application which generates one-time passwords in order to improve the safety of transactions. A new interface of the official E-NUM website simplifies the mobile application installation process allowing immediate use of the service.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: PARKMOBILE (CEO); THREATMETRIX (Cybercrime); MASTERCARD (Bali); and FIS (Avidia).
San Diego-based iWallet has linked up with NEXT Biometrics Group ASA to introduce a turnkey biometric identification solution, iWallet Password, based on NEXT Biometrics’ NB-3010-U ergonomic USB desktop fingerprint reader, a ready-to-use peripheral with USB interface designed to entirely replace passwords when logging into notebooks and tablets.
American Express has launched Serve Cash Back, a new prepaid debit Account option that will earn Accountholders 1% cash back on purchases. Consumers who spend in line with the 2012 – 2013 U.S. Department of Labor national averages for gas, groceries, dining out, clothing, transportation and entertainment using the Serve Cash Back Card could potentially earn more than $400 annually2 when earning 1% cash back.
New research confirms the in-store experience is important in all major purchase decisions, with an overwhelming majority of shoppers buying in person. At the same time, shoppers continue to carefully research major purchases of $500 or more, including financing options.
PayVerifi is nailing the card not present headache. Business owners have had trouble processing a credit card with just the number and no card being present. There’s a certain risk that goes with accepting payments this way.