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    DoughNET, USABancShares Offering ATM Card

    Kids' e-commerce company DoughNET.com has joined forces with virtual financial institution USABancShares.com to launch what they say is the "first and only" ATM card designed specifically for teens. The card enables teens to withdraw money directly from their own personal online bank accounts. With a $1 opening deposit and a parent or guardian's co-signature, young adults can now go to DoughNET.com and open a USABancShares.com joint bank account...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Kids' e-commerce company DoughNET.com has joined forces with virtual financial institution USABancShares.com to launch what they say is the "first and only" ATM card designed specifically for teens. The card enables teens to withdraw money directly from their own personal online bank accounts. With…
  • / Technology

    RocketCash cashes In On ATMs

    Cash Technologies Inc. and RocketCash Corp. have agreed to pilot Cash Tech's EMMA (E-commerce Message Management Architecture) transaction processing platform to accept deposits to customer RocketCash accounts from EMMA-driven automated teller machines. Through this partnership, RocketCash customers can fund their accounts by depositing cash or checks into participating ATMs. RocketCash, Mountain View, Calif., is an online gateway that allows...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Cash Technologies Inc. and RocketCash Corp. have agreed to pilot Cash Tech's EMMA (E-commerce Message Management Architecture) transaction processing platform to accept deposits to customer RocketCash accounts from EMMA-driven automated teller machines. Through this partnership, RocketCash…
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    Pilot Tests Use Of ATM Cards For Online Shopping

    Electronic payments solutions provider AmeriNet Inc. is participating in a pilot to test the use of ATM cards for consumer Internet purchases. Promising "robust" security, AmeriNet says the program will provide consumers with a low-cost and convenient payment option for purchasing goods and services online. The program is being developed by the Internet Council of NACHA-The Electronic Payments Association. Other participants include Citigroup,...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Electronic payments solutions provider AmeriNet Inc. is participating in a pilot to test the use of ATM cards for consumer Internet purchases. Promising "robust" security, AmeriNet says the program will provide consumers with a low-cost and convenient payment option for purchasing goods and…
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    New Card Gets Online Shoppers To Spend Cash

    Taking a cue from prepaid phone cards, a new product will be introduced next month for consumers who wish to make purchases on the Internet without credit or debit cards. New York-based SpendCash.com's Internetcash card will be sold in increments of $10, $20, $50 and $100 at retail locations such as supermarkets and convenience stores. The cards will be available initially from at least 10,000 locations, but company officials would not identify...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Taking a cue from prepaid phone cards, a new product will be introduced next month for consumers who wish to make purchases on the Internet without credit or debit cards. New York-based SpendCash.com's Internetcash card will be sold in increments of $10, $20, $50 and $100 at retail locations such…
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    Digital signatures secure ATM card payments on the Net, NACHA says

    A test of 598 web-based purchases showed that payment by debit card over the Internet is as secure and fast as debit card payment at a bricks-and-mortar store’s point of sale, the National Automated Clearing House Association reports.

    Posted 07/23/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    A test of 598 web-based purchases showed that payment by debit card over the Internet is as secure and fast as debit card payment at a bricks-and-mortar store’s point of sale, the National Automated Clearing House Association reports.
  • / Press Release

    eCONNECT REPORTS ONGOING PROGRESS WITH FIRST-EVER INTERNET CREDIT CARD-SWIPED TRANSACTIONS AT HOME

    For Immediate Release Contacts: Media: Sitrick And Company Roger Gillott 310-788-2850 Investors: Manny Vavolizza eConnect 845-626-3732 eCashPad Transactions from England, U.S. Indicate Fundamental Shift for Internet Payment Solutions. SAN PEDRO, CA - June 18, 2001 - eConnect (OTC BB:ECNC) said today that is it pleased with progress toward rolling out the first-ever system for performing Internet credit card transactions by swiping a credit card...

    Posted 06/18/2001

    For Immediate Release Contacts: Media: Sitrick And Company Roger Gillott 310-788-2850 Investors: Manny Vavolizza eConnect 845-626-3732 eCashPad Transactions from England, U.S. Indicate Fundamental Shift for Internet Payment Solutions. SAN PEDRO, CA - June 18, 2001 - eConnect (OTC BB:ECNC) said…

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