Alert Management Systems and Volatile Studios are enabling consumers to make a credit card payment right from a smart phone or tablet while signing for a rental contract or delivery.
AutoManager has integrated with TSYS’ ProPay to deliver fully integrated electronic auto loan payments for auto dealers. DeskManager, AutoManager’s DMS software, will now allow borrowers to pay auto loans by debit card, credit card or bank account.
NY-based CardFlight reports its suite of mobile solutions has been certified by First Data to accept EMV “chip card” payments.
Boston-based Flywire, f/k/a peerTransfer, has acquired UK tuition processor Uni-Pay. Uni-Pay offers tuition payment services to students attending 60 educational institutions in the UK, the second leading destination for foreign students studying abroad.
Moneris Solutions has expanded its portfolio of EMV-capable solutions for merchants to accept EMV payments in the United States. Moneris’ EMV-capable product lineup features integrated and standalone solutions for merchants seeking net-new EMV payment solutions or terminal upgrades for existing point-of-sale (POS) systems.
A seven city tour to celebrate the launch of Samsung Pay in the United States will get underway. Samsung will give consumers in Austin, Dallas, Atlanta, New York, Chicago, San Francisco and Los Angeles a special opportunity to unlock special offers and prizes through Samsung Pay.
In today’s CardFlash News Que: AMERICAN EXPRESS (Sam’s Club); VISA CANADA (Foundation); SYNCHRONY (Graber); and EPC (Phoenix).
Eight financial institutions reported that 30% of their U.S. consumer credit and debit cards contain EMV chips as of June 30. These issuers represent approximately 50%of U.S. payment card volume.
Verifone has been approved by JCB to support J/Speedy v1.3 “making Verifone’s merchant clients the first to be able to accept this latest version of the contactless EMV payment program used by JCB cardholders.
Johannesburg-based Bidvest Bank has unveiled the MasterCard Multi-Currency World Currency Card. The prepaid travel card that allows cardholders to load up to 17 currencies on the same card at any time.
According to the requirements of the State Administration of Foreign Exchange, a cap on annual cash withdrawal overseas (including Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan, the same applies hereinafter) is newly imposed for UnionPay RMB cards issued in mainland China, in addition to the currently cap requirement of ten thousand RMB equivalent on cash withdrawal per card per day.
Allstar, UK’s leading fuel card provider, has picked Rrance-based Oberthur Technologies (OT), a world leader in digital security solutions for the mobility space, to support the migration of their fuel cards from magnetic stripe to EMV chip cards.