MA-based Primax, a provider of debit and credit card issuing and merchant acquiring programs, products and services, has unveiled a new online tool enabling cardholders to activate their cards, check balances, make payments, and view, download and print transaction statements.
CA-based Flint has added two new features to its mobile payment service. The new Team Accounts feature allows multiple users within an organization to use a single Flint account to securely accept card payments, create invoices and send Apple Passbook coupons from their smartphone. The company also introduced its application update for iOS8.
ID Tech secure payment solutions, mpayments and digital signage announced the UniPay msolution is now included in the Visa Ready Program. UniPay is a compact MagStripe and EMV Smart Card mobile reader that can transform any mobile device into a POS system by connecting through the audio jack port.
The Estonia-based mobile payments company Fortumo has introduced a Software Development Kit (SDK) developer program for app developers to help them acquire additional users for their apps. Fortumo in-app payments enable customers to charge digital goods purchases to their mobile operator bill.
Miami-based Net Element is integrating Apple services into its point-of-sale payment acceptance hardware and software. Net Element also announced the official completion of a debt exchange transaction.
Dallas-based global mobile payments technology specialist and processor, Calpian is set to support Apple Pay and provide merchants with access to Apple’s new mobile payments ecosystem. Calpian will integrate Apple services into its point-of-sale payment hardware and software, and provide its merchant clients with the tools and support they need accept payments over Apple’s NFC-based payment solution.
Pasadena, CA-based Wallaby, a mobile and web-based credit card optimization solutions specialist has expanded it service to include an extension for the Firefox browser. The Wallaby Firefox Extension provides users with a highly convenient way to identify which of their credit cards they should use for online purchases at a wide selection of merchants such as Amazon, eBay, Staples, and Best Buy.
A Missouri online payday loan company has been shuttered by The Federal Trade Commission (FTC). The firm allegedly bilked consumers out of tens of millions of dollars by trapping them into loans they never authorized and then using the supposed “loans” as a pretext to take money from their bank accounts.
Expedia has teamed with Citibank to launch a new travel cobranded credit card program to accelerate earning Expedia+ rewards bonus points. The program includes two new chip-enabled credit cards, the Expedia+ Card and the Expedia+ Voyager Card from Citi which run on the MasterCard network.
Atlanta-based ControlScan, a specialist in security and compliance solutions for small and mid-sized businesses (SMBs), has released its annual Mobile Payment Acceptance Survey helps ISOs, acquirers and other merchant service providers (MSPs) gauge mobile technology usage and requirements among the SMBs they serve.
DirectCash Payments entered into an agreement to acquire the ATM business of EzeATM. The transaction is expected to bolster the Company’s existing leading position in Australia.
NY-based Nodify has introduced the Notify Node secure proprietary network. The Company an in-location proximity marketing and data collection enterprise solution for C and fuel retailers, restaurants, arenas and stadiums, trade shows, and healthcare facilities recently shared traffic analytics from a C and fuel customer installation in the Northeast.