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U.S. prepaid cards head to a new dimension as SD-based Meta Payment Systems inks an agreement with Atlanta-based InComm. The Sioux Falls-based financial services company will become an issuing bank for InComm’s prepaid card programs.
With a highly banked population and a reputation around the world for being fiscally responsible, a new survey reveals that many Canadian consumers face challenges with the current ways they manage their finances, budget and pay for goods. As a result, Canadians from coast to coast are considering new financial tools to help them solve these problems and take control of their financial lives.
CardWeb.com’s CardExecs database of payments industry movers and shakers today features Brooks Smith, President and CEO of InComm.
InComm has partnered with KUBRA, a customer interaction management solution provider, to offer cash payment options to customers of KUBRA’s business clients. Through InComm’s Cashtie, a powerful API that links retail cash payments via an existing point-of-sale (POS) system to a software application, customers will soon be able to pay their bills in cash at the POS of over 40,000 conveniently located retail locations with many more on the horizon.
VISA ReadyLink has been integrated into Walmart’s Rapid Reload network of prepaid card programs. Visa reloadable prepaid cardholders can now add funds to their general purpose reloadable (GPR) cards at participating Walmart stores.
The AARP is beefing-up its discount programs for members with the myAFINITI proprietary member rewards platform. AARP members access brand-specific, point-of-sale discounts through the swipe of their card.
Atlanta-based InComm reports PayPal will utilize the InComm Digital Solutions platform to support PayPal’s digital gifts services. IDS will enable PayPal to expand the number of retailers’ gift cards that it sells real-time on the PayPal digital gifts and on eBay.
InComm integrated POS technology announced PayPal will utilize the InComm Digital Solutions (IDS) platform to support PayPal’s digital gifts services. IDS will enable PayPal to expand the number of leading retailers’ gift cards that it sells real-time on the PayPalDigital Gifts store and on the eBay marketplace. With this PayPal customers can now purchase digital gift cards from more of the leading brands, can quickly purchase and send digital gift cards either for gifting or self-use and can benefit from future mobile payment capabilities, driven by PayPal’s innovation and integration to the IDS platform.
The 37 million Americans who carry AARP membership cards now have the capability to “swipe-and-save” at merchants. The newly issued cards are powered by InComm’s proprietary Enhanced Payment Platform.
Sweden’s Seamless snagged a top First Data executive to manage its expansion into the USA. Seamless is the company behind the mobile payment solution SEQR.
Sweden’s Seamless, a/k/a SEQR, to acquire Micro Mobility Sweden and Ingram Micro Mobility Denmark’s non-core mobile prepaid airtime line of business. Combined with the mobile payment solution SEQR, the mobile refill and other eProducts creates a strong and profitable offer to the more than 2,000 retailers in the two countries. As a result of the acquisition Seamless will more than double its revenue.