The retail industry suffers from pervasive web application weaknesses from legacy software systems which are soft targets for attackers once inside a company’s network. Also, the most sophisticated point-of-sale malware ever seen to date is now lurking in retailers systems waiting to launch.
edo Interactive and Visa Europe are doing the tango to launch card-linked marketing offers in Poland. Visa Oferty (“Visa Offers”), will enable 20 million Visa debit and credit cardholders to enroll their Visa cards in order to access cashback rewards from merchants.
There is a windfall of US$380 billion in annual revenues waiting for banks to tap by targeting micro-enterprises and bringing unbanked and underbanked adults into the formal financial system.
The first US-issued bitcoin debit card has been unveiled. The Shift Card is a VISA debit card currently allowing Coinbase users in twenty-four states in the U.S. to spend bitcoin online and offline worldwide.
More than half of business owners across all industries are aware of the recent liability shift, but only 29% are equipped to accept EMV chip credit cards. Although more than half of U.S. adults who have a credit/debit card have been issued a new chip card, only 41% know the benefits of the chip card.
A new survey finds 29% of U.S. consumers own EMV-enabled chip cards, up from 10% who did in 2014, and 1 in 3 EMV card holders have used them in EMV readers in merchant terminals in the U.S.
A new survey finds consumers feel pretty lukewarm about all those loyalty cards taking up space in their wallets: only 9% of those surveyed limit their shopping to retailers with which they have loyalty card or rewards memberships and only 25% say a store or website’s loyalty program is important to them and will influence whether they shop there.
U.S. Purchase Dollar Volume (PDV) among the top four bank card issuers, rose 8.6% year-on-year (YOY) and 1.2% sequentially in the third quarter. Capital One grew more than twice the peer group total.
U.S. Purchase Dollar Volume (PDV) among the four U.S. bank card networks rose 8.1% year-on-year (YOY) and 0.8% sequentially in the third quarter. Visa, with a 57% marketshare, led the way with a YOY gain of 9.7%.
Samsung Pay had added eight more credit and debit card issuers and now supports eligible Chase Visa credit, debit and Liquid cards.
SC-based Uphold is now enabling U.S. members to fund their Uphold accounts by linking their bank accounts, debit or credit cards, in addition to bitcoin.
Among consumers that are currently in the market for a new credit card, 54% cite zero percent introductory rates as a feature that would prompt them to apply for a new credit card. Annual cash back rewards programs are cited by 50% of consumers, while 42% cite ID theft protection as a key motivator.