CardWeb’s CardPixes database of more than 7,000 card images today features the WalMart MasterCard. The Walmart MasterCard is issued Synchrony Bank.
Visa is going all out to encourage Americans to enroll for its new single log-in online shopping payment service, Visa Checkout. Visa and Pizza Hut are offering one million free pizzas for users of Visa Checkout.
The pay-at-the-table technology company Viableware has changed its name to TableSafe. the Company says the name change is effective immediately and will help to more accurately reflect the benefits of the company’s multi-functional payment platform.
Florida-based EverBank has partnered with FIS to provide FIS People Pay to its customers. The P2P payment service eliminates funding risks as all transactions instantly debit funds from a sender’s account.
Outsourcing vault cash services to a third-party provider is a growing trend with ATM ISOs and IADs. Elan adds more ATMs with a new deal.
Nordstrom online opts for 3Delta Systems CardVault tokenization and card processing services. Nordstrom will have capability to further secure customer credit card payments without the sensitive cardholder information entering their systems or databases.
Pre-tax profits among the nation’s top four bank credit card issuers increased 2.2% in the second quarter (Q2/14), compared to one year ago. Sequentially net income rose by 2.7%, according to CardData.
NYC-based ISIS, a joint venture between AT&T Mobility, T-Mobile and Verizon, has decided to change its name to SoftCard to avoid confusion and association with a violent Islamic militant group in the Middle East whose name, when translated into English, is known by the same acronym. The intention to change the name was announced in July and decision to use Softcard was announced this week.
Phishing attacks against the users of Bitcoin sites, notably wallet service Blockchain and the exchange site Coinbase rose in Q2/14. Payoneer’s prepaid MasterCard debit cards have also been heavily attacked.
Google Wallet adds prepaid card functionality by teaming with Blackhawk. Google Wallet users will be able to take a picture of their prepaid cards using their phone’s camera.
The CurrentC Network is a software-based solution that works with most existing point-of-sale and payment terminals. CurrentC will utilize a secure paycode and will not require additional hardware from most customers or merchants.
Mobile banking just got easier for millions of customers with today’s debut of the redesigned Chase Mobile App for Android, the latest round of innovation to enhance and personalize banking for Chase customers. More than 17 million customers use the Chase Mobile App, up 23% from a year ago and 60% from two years ago. The app enhancements for Android customers will make mobile banking with a more streamlined login, a new design that helps customers locate key information and offer enhanced design elements and functionality that make navigation easier and more intuitive. The enhanced Chase Mobile App for Android has a similar look and feel to the updated Chase Mobile App for iPhone, which Chase released earlier this year.