Zebit has launched the first fully automated payment system providing zero-interest credit to the 68 million Americans underserved by traditional financial services but willing to pay up to MSRP prices for electronic products.
Doxo announced the National Grid has made available to its customers the doxo application to enhance the company’s customer engagement and experience by offering a paperless account and billing option. Through doxo, National Grid’s electricity and gas customers, across New York, Massachusetts, and Rhode Island, can now receive their bills and other account documents, organize account information, and make payments directly from their free doxo account.
Atlanta-based small business loans purveyor Kabbage has teamed with MasterCard to offer businesses the ability to pay for items at the point of sale (POS) with a purchasing card. Kabbage offers up to $100,000 in funding for a 1% to 12% payback over the first two months, 1% thereafter.
A top online provider of small business loans has buddied with MasterCard to expand
access to working capital for Small- and mid-sized businesses (SMBs).
doxo digital file cabinet and e-payment has launched its “Connect QR Code” functionality for its providers, allowing businesses that are on doxo to immediately connect with mobile customers simply by featuring a Connect QR code on their documents. Customers can utilize the “Connect QR” code to immediately Connect with the provider on doxo, view the bill or statement, and make a payment, right from their mobile device. It comes “out of the box” with the doxo service as a means to help providers increase paperless adoption, and requires no software or IT services for a business on doxo to deploy. By scanning the QR code with an enabled mobile device, a customer is able to immediately connect with that provider, receive and view their bill into their personal digital file cabinet, and make a payment directly from their personal bank account with doxoPAY. Businesses need not have their own mobile sites or invest in building standalone apps to enable mobile billing and payments with doxo.
doxo file cabinet and e-payment updated its “doxoPAY” to include automatic payment with limits, allowing users to schedule automatic payments for bills they receive in their doxo accounts, without needing to link out to multiples sites to set up payment credentials for each business. With the new limit feature of auto pay, consumers can set a maximum amount to be automatically paid and can choose to auto pay a bill as long as it does not exceed $100. If the amount due exceeds the limit set, the consumer is instantly alerted so they can review the details of the bill before making that payment.
Oregon Employees Federal Credit Union (OEFCU) is now on the doxo network, allowing members a way to receive their statements directly from OEFCU paperlessly. This also gives members access to a free digital file cabinet to organize household accounts and securely store copies of their most important documents. doxo provides OEFCU members a secure place to organize and store digital copies of important documents that they would normally keep in a safety deposit box – including tax documents, insurance policies, house or car titles, wills, trusts, birth and marriage certificates.
doxo online place for consumers to get organized and go paperfree has made available its “doxoPAY” online payment feature. Letting users receive, manage, file and pay their bills, “doxoPAY” delivers payment for credit cards, utilities, cable, mobile, insurance and mortgages. Furthermore, with more than 50% of all consumer bills paid electronically and only 15% actually delivered paperlessly, “doxoPAY” addresses the “paperless adoption gap” through its 100%-paperless initiative. Users are granting permission for that business to turn off paper mail and deliver documents securely and privately to their doxo account, can track due dates and pay bills directly from within doxo.
Infusionsoft’s small business marketing automation web-based software has been designated as PCI Data Security Standard (DSS) Compliant, ensuring small businesses protection from identify theft. The PCI DSS was created by credit card companies and is considered the highest industry level in security of customer data with its implementation of 12 requirements for safeguarding payment card data. With Infusionsoft processing millions of online transactions for its customers using marketing automation software, it is imperative the organization implements such secure solutions. Research demonstrates, however, PCI compliance is estimated at 39% for Visa USA level-one merchants and 33% for Visa USA level-two merchants.