Bancolombia and First Data have inked a deal to integrate and strengthen their technology platforms in order to improve and diversify services for business owners in Colombia. The companies will focus on building commerce technology solutions for merchants and facilitating access to the banking system, offering advanced technology and secure, efficient transactions. First Data and…
Companhia Brasileira De Servicos De Marketing, operator of Brazil’s dotz loyalty program, in which Alliance Data System’s LoyaltyOne holds a sizeable equity stake, has expanded into the metropolitan area of Rio de Janeiro, with a population of 6.3 million and the second-largest city in Brazil.
Visa has integrated token technology into Visa Checkout, the company’s online check out service used by merchants and consumers globally. Additionally, Visa is working with merchants to apply token technology to “cards-on-file.”
Visa Checkout in Brazil is real. The first merchant to offer Visa Checkout is Futebolcard, the Brazilian service which allows soccer fans to purchase tickets for games in 12 different stadiums.
Visa gathered 25 Olympic and Paralympic hopefuls from around the world for a two-day Team Visa Summit and innovation showcase at the company’s headquarters in San Francisco. The Summit kicked-off Visa’s year-long program which supports Olympic and Paralympic global athletes as they train for the 2016 Games.
YellowPepper, Latin America’s leading Mobile Payment and Banking solutions provider, announced the latest development in expanding their mobile payment footprint in Latin America. YellowPepper will increase its existing reach through a new partnership in Latin America with the largest financial group in Colombia, Grupo Aval (Banco de Bogota, Banco de Occidente, Banco Popular and Banco AV Villas), powering their Aval Pay offering.
3dcart announced a program with Visa Checkout to help small businesses launch their online stores. For a limited time, new and existing 3dcart customers can receive a one-month extension toward their hosting plan on their billing cycle when they enable Visa Checkout as a payment service on their website.
Evertec has inked a deal with to purchase 65% of the share capital of Processa S.A.S., a Colombian company that is based in Bogotá and engaged in the business of payment processing and supply of related services and equipment in Colombia.
Colombians, Thai and Panamanians worldwide have more options now to send credit to mobiles in their native countries. In less than one minute they can now refill their family’s and friends’ cell phones on MobileRecharge.com. In the last month, three more networks have been added on MobileRecharge.com to facilitate international mobile top ups to Avantel Colombia,
In today’s CardFlash News Que: USAEPAY (Shopify): NILSON (commercial cards); USAEPAY (Shopify) and HEARTLAND (emaginePOS).
MasterCard has launched its Travel Service program in the Latin America and the Caribbean region. The program is now available to cardholders in the following markets: Brazil, Mexico, Colombia, Argentina, Chile, Peru, Dominican Republic, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Panama, El Salvador, Honduras, Nicaragua and Guatemala.
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