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    Another new payment option at Amazon

    Credit card-averse Japanese consumers now have another payment option at Amazon. Amazon.co.jp has introduced a cash-on-delivery service.

    Posted 11/16/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Credit card-averse Japanese consumers now have another payment option at Amazon. Amazon.co.jp has introduced a cash-on-delivery service.
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    Hackers stole more than 40 million payment card account numbers, U.S. says

    In cases that go back years, a group of 11 U.S. and foreign computer hackers broke into the networks of nine retailers and stole information from more than 40 million payment card accounts, federal prosecutors have charged.

    Posted 08/06/2008Paul DemeryPost a comment

    In cases that go back years, a group of 11 U.S. and foreign computer hackers broke into the networks of nine retailers and stole information from more than 40 million payment card accounts, federal prosecutors have charged.

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    Four of five debit card users say they would buy online, survey says

    65% of consumers say they would feel safer shopping online with a PIN-debit card, and 80% say they would enter their personal identification number online if prompted by a trusted merchant, according to a survey sponsored by payments company Acculynk.

    Posted 04/08/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    65% of consumers say they would feel safer shopping online with a PIN-debit card, and 80% say they would enter their personal identification number online if prompted by a trusted merchant, according to a survey sponsored by payments company Acculynk.

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  • E-Retailers Target ATM Users

    Food.com, San Francisco, is renewing an advertising deal on select Wells Fargo & Co. ATMs after the Internet food company experienced sales growth through ATM promotions, says John Nicholson, vice president of marketing and new products for Wells' ATM division. E-mail marketer Emazing.com will begin testing on June 1 an ATM ad campaign on 100 ATMs in St. Louis, Indianapolis, and Cleveland, says Michael Szimanski, president of Baltimore-based ATM...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Food.com, San Francisco, is renewing an advertising deal on select Wells Fargo & Co. ATMs after the Internet food company experienced sales growth through ATM promotions, says John Nicholson, vice president of marketing and new products for Wells' ATM division. E-mail marketer Emazing.com will…
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    7-Eleven tests web-enabled kiosks

    7-Eleven is testing web-based kiosks in 36 stores to provide financial services. They eventually could be shopping machines as well.

    Posted 06/07/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    7-Eleven is testing web-based kiosks in 36 stores to provide financial services. They eventually could be shopping machines as well.
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    SafeTPay Launches ATM-Card Payments Over The Internet

    Internet startup SafeTPay has launched a new service that allows consumers to purchase goods and pay bills over the Internet using their existing ATM-card and Personal Identification Number. The service enables Internet merchants-especially those with frequent shoppers such grocery retailers, brokerage firms, airlines, utilities, bill payment firms, pharmacies and fast food companies-to accept ATM-card payments in a safe and secure manner, says...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Internet startup SafeTPay has launched a new service that allows consumers to purchase goods and pay bills over the Internet using their existing ATM-card and Personal Identification Number. The service enables Internet merchants-especially those with frequent shoppers such grocery retailers,…
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    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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    KeyBank Cuts Paper (Use) in Half

    (www.key.com) KeyBank has implemented a solution that executives say will deliver customers better electronic bank statements over the Internet and reduce hard copy statements by 50%. Cleveland-based KeyBank combined Dallas-based (www.xenos.com) Xenos Group's Documorph software with (www.ibm.com/software/data/edmsuite) IBM's EDMSuite OnDemand. It took KeyBank more than a month to implement the software for its retail, corporate and investment...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    (www.key.com) KeyBank has implemented a solution that executives say will deliver customers better electronic bank statements over the Internet and reduce hard copy statements by 50%. Cleveland-based KeyBank combined Dallas-based (www.xenos.com) Xenos Group's Documorph software with (www.ibm.com…
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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.
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    Review of security systems finds no evidence of problem, OfficeMax says

    OfficeMax is denying reports that cardholder account numbers used to produce counterfeit credit and debit cards were obtained through computer hacking of its database.

    Posted 03/16/2006Paul DemeryPost a comment

    OfficeMax is denying reports that cardholder account numbers used to produce counterfeit credit and debit cards were obtained through computer hacking of its database.

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