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  • Credit cards dominate

    Credit cards dominate, but online retailers’ interest in alternatives is strong.

    Posted 10/31/2005Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Credit cards dominate, but online retailers’ interest in alternatives is strong.
  • The battle for credit card market share moves to the online arena

    Card companies are taking the fight for transaction volume to the web by offering retailers incentives to promote certain cards online.

    Posted 04/30/2003Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Card companies are taking the fight for transaction volume to the web by offering retailers incentives to promote certain cards online.
  • American Express beefs up its Blue card for e-commerce

    American Express is beefing up its Blue cards with an IDKeeper feature that stores cardholders’ personal data as well as favorite web sites. AmEx, says the idea is to make online shopping easier as well as more secure.

    Posted 01/30/2003Internet RetailerPost a comment

    American Express is beefing up its Blue cards with an IDKeeper feature that stores cardholders’ personal data as well as favorite web sites. AmEx, says the idea is to make online shopping easier as well as more secure.
  • The throw-away culture comes to credit card numbers

    Cyota, a provider of temporary credit card numbers, gets an infusion of cash.

    Posted 03/28/2001Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Cyota, a provider of temporary credit card numbers, gets an infusion of cash.
  • The Blue Card And Blue Skies

    American Express Co., a credit card powerhouse since the 1950s, is becoming a big name on the Internet. While other card companies are toe-dipping their way online, AmEx is taking the plunge-and its cardholders are following. A year ago, American Express introduced the Blue card, equipped with a chip that gives it smarts. Today nearly 2 million consumers own the card. They are big online users who like technology, electronics, music, low card...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    American Express Co., a credit card powerhouse since the 1950s, is becoming a big name on the Internet. While other card companies are toe-dipping their way online, AmEx is taking the plunge-and its cardholders are following. A year ago, American Express introduced the Blue card, equipped with a…
  • No Small Change

    Perhaps only the beleaguered euro has undergone more makeovers than the digital wallet. The first e-wallets to poke their heads out of the cyber-age ooze about three years ago only slightly resemble the second- and third-generation programs available today. To boost the prospects of e-wallets, developers have evolved their business strategies, too. In the biggest shift, they are forming marketing alliances with credit card issuers, computer...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    Perhaps only the beleaguered euro has undergone more makeovers than the digital wallet. The first e-wallets to poke their heads out of the cyber-age ooze about three years ago only slightly resemble the second- and third-generation programs available today. To boost the prospects of e-wallets,…
  • Green giant talks a Blue streak

    American Express Co., pur-veyor of the familiar green charge card, hit the Web running this fall, with a $45 million campaign to promote its new Blue credit card for secure transactions. The hybrid smart card has a computer chip storing an e-wallet. Fraud currently accounts for less than a tenth of 1% of Web transactions. Yet a recent survey by VISA and payment services firm CyberSource showed that 75% of Web merchants are concerned about fraud...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    American Express Co., pur-veyor of the familiar green charge card, hit the Web running this fall, with a $45 million campaign to promote its new Blue credit card for secure transactions. The hybrid smart card has a computer chip storing an e-wallet. Fraud currently accounts for less than a tenth of…

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