Chase Pay has hooked up with 18 tech companies to accelerate merchant acceptance. Chase Pay uses QR Codes.
The companies include 3Delta Systems, AJB Software, Aria Systems, Auric Systems, Authorize.Net, BridgePay, Bytemark, CardinalCommerce, FIS ClearCommerce, CyberSource, iBiz Software, LevelUp, Miva, P97, Recurly, USAePay, Vindicia and Xpress Bill Pay.
Chase Pay is a simple, rewarding and secure payment experience that enables merchants to accept consumer payments in-store, online and in app.
Chase Pay also helps improve online and in app payments so consumers who enroll can checkout with just one click. Chase can work directly with merchants to drive down the cost of accepting payments through:
• Fixed pricing
• No additional fees
◦ $0 Network Fees
◦ $0 Merchant Processing Fees
◦ $0 Merchant Fraud Liability
Chase Pay will be available in mid-2016 to Chase’s customers across its 94 million credit, debit and pre-paid card accounts.
Chase Pay’s premier partner is MCX, with merchants that collectively represent over 100,000 retail locations. Chase Pay will be progressively rolled out at these merchants who are accepting CurrentC starting in mid-2016.
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