Tag: Credit Cards


Plastiq sees inflation boosting B2B card payment use

July 5, 2022

Via: Payments Dive

With inflation concerns and supply chain issues roiling businesses, business payment platform Plastiq seeks to bolster its customers’ payment capabilities. Businesses are trying to stay ahead of inflation by buying inventory in bulk, and “to do that, you need more […]

E-payment & Security, Technology

Will Amazon’s war of words with Visa backfire?

November 19, 2021

Via: Payments Dive

The war of words between Amazon and Visa is heating up. First came the announcement that the Seattle-based retailer would no longer accept Visa credit cards originating in the United Kingdom as of Jan. 19 because of a dispute over […]

E-payment & Security, Technology

Mastercard to launch new buy now, pay later service

September 30, 2021

Via: Retail Dive

While some legacy companies have said in the past that they didn’t need to jump on the BNPL bandwagon, clearly Mastercard’s announcement shows the worldwide trend is now taking on board even major legacy companies. Purchase, New York-based Mastercard said […]

E-payment & Security, Technology

5 steps to prevent ecommerce fraud

February 18, 2019

Via: Get Elastic

Popularity can sometimes lead to negative outcomes. It can be destructive at times especially when handling a successful ecommerce store. Ever wonder if the high number of sales could lead to an increase in the amount of fraudulent activities? This […]

E-payment & Security, Technology

Tech Fix: Why Apple Pay and Other Mobile Wallets Beat Chip Cards

May 6, 2016

Via: itCurated

Many merchants and retail workers are watching their lives play in slow motion when they process credit cards. To combat fraudulent transactions, the retail industry is shifting away from the traditional magnetic stripe toward tiny computer chips embedded inside cards. […]

E-payment & Security

As Online Data Theft Escalates, Banks Look to Retailers to Bear the Losses

September 30, 2015

Via: itCurated

On Sept. 1 last year, the website Rescator, known as the “ of the black market,” alerted its customers that huge quantities of stolen debit and credit card data would go on sale the next day. “Load your accounts and […]

E-payment & Security

Samsung Introduces New Phones and Mobile Payments System

August 17, 2015

Via: itCurated

Heavy lies the crown for any leader in the smartphone market, and Samsung’s plan to stay in the lead is to introduce new phones alongside a new mobile payments system. The South Korean manufacturer introduced two big-screen Galaxy phones on […]