Toronto-based Suretap has launched the launch of the suretap prepaid MasterCard. It’s a secure, easy-to-use virtual prepaid card that is now part of and only available through Canada’s leading open digital wallet experience, the suretap wallet.
The MaRS Discovery District has formed a new strategic partnership with Interac and Acxsys, the organizations behind Interac, Canada’s leading payment brand.
MTS and SaskTel provincial telecommunications companies can now pay with their phone. TD is the first financial institution to offer this service to MTS and SaskTel customers.
Apple Watch is being delivered today for the lucky first adopters, while those late on the bandwagon may have to wait to late June for shipment or to go in-store. But is it hype or hope? Whatever, banks and others are climbing aboard with AW apps.
CardWeb.com’s CardExecs database of payments industry movers and shakers today features Angela Brown, President and Chief Executive Officer of Moneris Solutions.
MasterCard has tapped Brian Lang as the new President of its Canadian operations, effective May 1st. Lang was most recently the head of business development for MasterCard in the Middle East and Africa.
CardWeb.com’s CardExecs database of payments industry movers and shakers today features Angela Brown, Chief Executive Officer, Moneris Solutions.
Toronto-based CIBC reports it has supported the enrollment of tens of thousands of CIBC credit card holders in Visa Checkout since the bank introduced direct client access to the online payment service through its website last fall, the first Canadian bank to do so.
The world’s first interactive payment card technology with a built-in computer enables consumers to instantly switch to different currencies with the touch of a button on the card. The new interactive MasterCard is powered by Pittsburgh-based Dynamics and will be offered to issuers globally.
The UGO Wallet is here. In its initial release, UGO Wallet is available for use with eligible TD Bank credit cards and PC Financial MasterCard credit cards.
BlackBerry Limited today announced a new three-year agreement with EnStream LP, a mobile payments joint venture owned by Canadian wireless carriers Bell, Rogers and TELUS, to provide a secure platform that supports transaction services between leading banks and consumers. EnStream will leverage BlackBerry’s proven and reliable infrastructure to enable financial institutions, including Royal Bank of Canada, TD Bank Group, CIBC and Desjardins, and mobile operators to securely provision sensitive payment card credentials into any smartphone capable of near field communication.
Canadians have used their mobile phone to deposit more than 1,000,000 cheques since the Canadian Payments Association approved the cheque image rule last year to allow for mobile remote deposit capture (RDC), according to data from NCR Corporation (NYSE: NCR), the global leader in consumer transaction technologies.