CardWeb.com’s CardWatch database of more than 57,000 marketing items including direct mail, print ads, TV ads, etc. today features the Discover it – “Cashback Concierge” TV ad from July 2013.
U.S. Bank Corporate Travel and Purchasing card clients can now retrieve account information on the go with the new U.S. Bank Access Online Mobile app.
NYC-based CouponFollow debuted its “Coupons at Checkout for iOS” mobile app. Prior to its availability savvy discount shoppers would have had to laboriously open a new tab to search for coupons or switch out of Safari to another coupon app, then copy the code, and paste it at checkout.
Omaha-based DirectBuy has recently expanded its use of Financial Transmission Network ‘s cloud-based receivables processing platform, ETran, to process and manage all online merchandise order transactions for DirectBuy in the U.S. and Canada.
ME-based WEX has sealed a 10-year deal with Sinclair Oil to be the exclusive fleet card provider for Sinclair’s Fleet Track Card program.
CardWeb.com’s CardWatch database of more than 57,000 marketing items including direct mail, print ads, TV ads, etc. today features the new Saturday Night Live MasterCard – “Your Dream Date Awaits” TV ad from September 2014.
San Jose-based ThreatMetrix unveiled several risks and preventative strategies for small and medium businesses (SMBs) protect against data breaches.
Discover continues to outpace the four top Visa and MasterCard issuers with solid growth in third quarter outstandings. However, Discover’s gross dollar volume (GDV) rose 5.9% to $31.7 billion, below the Big 4 Visa and MasterCard issuers.
U.S. bank credit card outstandings for the third quarter were essentially flat year-on-year (Y/Y), historically and disappointingly weak compared to the prior quarter. Rising a mere 70 basis points (bps) from one-year ago.
The U.S. Secret Service is reportedly investigating a potential breach of credit and debit card data at several Staples office supply locations in the Northeast. The potential major breach comes on the heels of the The Home Depot, Target, Neiman Marcus and Chase hackings.
Despite forecasts of Americans shopping online this holiday season versus producing foot traffic in brick-and-mortar retail stores, a new projection says holiday sales will grow 3.5% year-on-year.
After the launch of Apple Pay this week, the experts are weighing in and declaring Apple Pay will succeed where other mobile payments solutions have faltered. Some experts say Apple Pay may make using physical credit cards obsolete.