PSI-Pay account and card-based payment solutions companies, is proud to announce that Craig James has joined the board of Directors.Craig is a highly Experienced FCA (FSA)/E-Money and PrePaid Compliance/Regulatory and Anti Money Laundering specialist. He has held Controlled Functions 1, 2, 10 and 11 for both UK and International Financial Services companies. Having overseen the compliance / MLRO functions of organisations such as Firepay (Optimal Payments) and Paysafecard he brings considerable business experience and knowledge, along with a full understanding of balancing risk management, regulation and performance. Craig’s experience within the regulatory and risk management environment will ensure that PSI-Pay are ‘ahead of the game’ with the proposed new EU regulations, particularly as they expand into other EU territories
EcoPayz global payments solutions provider launched its one-use payment card allowing consumers to securely pay for goods online and over the phone. The new ecoVirtualcard can be immediately acquired and used to spend around the world wherever MasterCard is accepted. With the ability to run the card independent of the customer’s bank account, the card offers maximum security and privacy – and expires once used, ensuring it can never be lost or stolen. The competitively priced virtual card is already being hailed as the best alternative to similar products offered by banks, and owners of the card have ambitious plans for its future adoption around the globe. With the card available in GBP, USD and Euros and support staff fluent in 7 different languages the card is swiftly attracting a global customer base. Previously hesitant shoppers citing security fears as a barrier to online shopping are now also being drawn to the card.
PSI-Pay e-wallet and payment card issuer announced its contactless payments with its cards in conjunction with MasterCard’s PayPass functionality. PayPass allows PSI-Pay cardholders to make purchases for under $20.00 by tapping the MasterCard or Maestro-enabled card or device over a reader. MasterCard’s PayPass technology is integrated with layers of protection to help prevent unauthorised purchases and contactless payments can be made via cards, and enabled wristbands and watches. Contactless payments are made using a unique encrypted code to secure data and safeguards are also in place to bill only one in case a user taps their card or device more than once by mistake.