On The Webnbsp;
Digital Transactions News - "The P2P payments arena is hotly contested, with bank providers such as JPMorgan Chase & Co., Capital One, USAA, and Bank of America—all participants in Zelle, a soon-to-be-launched P2P service—contending for adoption with entities such as PayPal Holdings Inc.’s Venmo, Square Cash, and Facebook Messenger. Popmoney, a P2P service from Fiserv Inc., also is popular with banks."
“Within the past decade or so, a growing number of payments platforms has targeted international e-commerce transactions, and with good reason. Research firm Forrester predicts that cross-border e-commerce will outpace domestic growth, with a compound annual growth rate of 17 percent between 2017 and 2022, compared with 12 percent for overall B2C ecommerce.”
“For retailers targeting Chinese consumers specifically — which is a dynamic and fast-growing sector in markets like luxury goods, fashion and travel and hospitality — marketing programs driven by payment companies can provide an edge to precisely target this affluent buying segment. More importantly, it can be done in a context with which these consumers […]
“Consumers today expect the way they pay for products and services to be effortless, instant and secure. Whereas the market was once dominated by just a few banks and a handful of payment companies, now there are more like 500 more agile companies and new payment technologies which have revolutionized the industry. All this change […]
On The Wiresnbsp;
Retailers Promise Fight to Keep Swipe Fee Reform as Financial CHOICE Act Heads Toward Full House Vote
"Today, the Retail Industry Leaders Association (RILA) responded to the House Financial Services Committee's markup of the Financial CHOICE Act, legislation that would roll back many of the financial reforms passed in the wake of the financial meltdown in 2008. Retailers have vowed to fight any financial reform bill that repeals swipe fee reform, bipartisan legislation passed in 2010 that stopped large banks and card networks from charging merchants exorbitant fees on debit card transactions."
“On their new CBD and supplement focused site, Organic Payment Gateways explores the fundamental points a CBD site owner should consider when they need a payment gateway in order to sell online. Even in late 2018, few domestic payment gateways and merchant service providers are willing to give CBD website owners an account; however, as the […]
“Leading U.S. payments provider Mazooma announces launch of their Mazooma Gateway, a platform that will provide access to its full suite of verified bank payments through a single API integration. Mazooma’s two premier payment methods–eCheck Select and OBT–will be available to igaming and sports betting operators in the U.S., and will be showcased at ICE North America in Boston this […]
BlueSnap Announces Global Availability of Google Pay, Improving the Payment Experience for All B2B and B2C Customers
“BlueSnap, an online payments technology company, today announced the global availability of Google Pay™ in the All-in-One Payment Platform. With this integration customers across Australia, Europe and North America can now leverage Google Pay to accept payments made via online and mobile checkout, marketplaces, subscriptions, invoices and virtual terminals.”
“Even now, after the passage of the industry-changing Farm Bill, few domestic payment gateways and merchant providers allow CBD in any form, even topical only products as benign as a hemp soap. As the newly refreshed Organic Payment Gateways site states, “traditional, US-based credit card processing for topical CBD sites are available, you simply need […]
“his unprecedented solution enables NMI partners to deliver a simplified payments platform that meets today’s expectations for seamless recognition across all merchant points of engagement, including in-store, mobile, online and self-service. Using a unified token, NMI is able to deliver a singular view of customer and payment data that can be used to develop cross-channel […]