Seamless, the provider of the mobile payment solution SEQR, has inked a deal with Newtek Business Services’ subsidiary, The Secure Gateway.
MasterCard has acquired 5one Marketing, a global consultancy providing services, analysis and software to help retailers manage and grow their businesses.
U.S. Bank will be the first in Europe to offer Visa Payables Automation. The bank will initially target its U.S.-based multinational clients with significant operations in Europe.
The first mobile payment solution with bank grade security that allows people to tip service professionals with their mobile phone has been introduced.
UK-based Proxama is in the process of acquiring San Francisco-based Aconite Technology. The deal will create an end-to-end solution for card issuers to migrate from magnetic stripe credit cards to both EMV-compliant chip-based cards and contactless payment-enabled mobile devices.
A new survey finds nearly half of respondents had fallen victim to at least one data breach and 45% say they are not confident they know all instances of when their personal information has been leaked.
U.S. Visa (VS) and MasterCard (MC) credit card U.S. Gross Dollar Volume (GDV) grew 10.7% in the third quarter to $488 billion. VS credit card GDV rose 12.8% while MC rose 6.6%.
Boston-based LoopPay says its new LoopPay Card and CardCase enable secure mobile payments at 40X more locations than Apple Pay. The new products are usable at more than 10 million merchant locations in the U.S.
GA-based Ingo Money has inked a deal to acquire the Fuze Network. Fuze enables its partners to add cash to more than one billion bankcards.
American Express has unveiled a suite of solutions designed to enable its card-issuing partners, processors, acquirers and merchants to create a safer online and mobile payments environment for consumers. The new American Express Token Service will meet these needs the Company says.
Toronto-based Berkeley Payment Solutions has teamed with CO-based CPI Card Group to launch the first EMV prepaid card program in Canada.
American Express launched its American Express Token Service allowing its card-issuing partners, processors, acquirers and merchants to offer a safer online and mobile payments environment. With NFC tokens, merchants and digital wallet operators will no longer need to store consumers’ sensitive payment account information in their systems. In addition, tokens can be assigned for use with a specific merchant, transaction type or payment device to provide further protection against fraud. It’s based on EMVCo’s Payment Tokenization Specification and Technical Framework, published earlier this year.