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  • / Technology

    Prepaid card provider buys gift card exchange company

    Wolfe.com, parent of prepaid Visa debit card provider GiftCards.com is buying a gift for itself. The company is acquiring Swapagift.com.

    Posted 03/02/2009Katie EvansPost a comment

    Wolfe.com, parent of prepaid Visa debit card provider GiftCards.com is buying a gift for itself. The company is acquiring Swapagift.com.
  • / Press Release

    Plastic Jungle Expands Cash for Cards Program to Offer Amazon.Com Gift Cards

    Consumers Can Now Turn Unwanted Gift Cards into Amazon.com Gift Cards Clovis, Calif. – December 8, 2008 -- Plastic Jungle, the most visited Web site for discount gift card exchanges and services, today announced an additional payment option for its cash for cards program with the introduction of Amazon.com Gift Cards. Consumers now have another powerful option to unload unwanted gift cards with the choice of a check, or consumers can opt for 105...

    Posted 12/09/2008

    Consumers Can Now Turn Unwanted Gift Cards into Amazon.com Gift Cards Clovis, Calif. – December 8, 2008 -- Plastic Jungle, the most visited Web site for discount gift card exchanges and services, today announced an additional payment option for its cash for cards program with the introduction of…
  • / E-Retailers

    GiftCertificates.com names a new CEO

    GiftCertificates.com has appointed Gary Krow, former president of payment processor Comdata, chief executive officer.

    Posted 08/25/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    GiftCertificates.com has appointed Gary Krow, former president of payment processor Comdata, chief executive officer.
  • / Press Release

    PayByCash Expands Direct Debit Payment Option to Europe

    Charlottesville, VA (July 8, 2008) - PayByCash® has rolled out a direct debit payment option for its online merchants and their customers in the United Kingdom, Spain, Austria, the Netherlands and Germany. PayByCash now allows European customers a safe and convenient way to pay for digital goods and services without a credit card by debiting checking accounts through Webbilling.com B.V., the leader in online direct debit billing in these...

    Posted 07/09/2008

    Charlottesville, VA (July 8, 2008) - PayByCash® has rolled out a direct debit payment option for its online merchants and their customers in the United Kingdom, Spain, Austria, the Netherlands and Germany. PayByCash now allows European customers a safe and convenient way to pay for digital goods…
  • / Marketing

    One World United adds private-label online rewards mall to program

    One World United, a debit card issuer focused on the Canadian market, is launching a private-branded online rewards shopping mall through BSP Rewards Inc., a subsidiary of MediaNet Group Technologies.

    Posted 05/08/2008Paul DemeryPost a comment

    One World United, a debit card issuer focused on the Canadian market, is launching a private-branded online rewards shopping mall through BSP Rewards Inc., a subsidiary of MediaNet Group Technologies.
  • / Press Release

    Pago announces launch of Maestro International

    Online merchants can now accept UK and international Maestro transactions Cologne, 31 October 2007 – Pago eTransaction Services GmbH has given the green light to Maestro International for e-commerce transactions. In Summer 2006 Pago became the first acquirer outside the UK to offer Maestro UK Acceptance. Now, after a successful trial period, Pago has just started the live processing of Maestro International transactions too. Merchants who work...

    Posted 11/08/2007

    Online merchants can now accept UK and international Maestro transactions Cologne, 31 October 2007 – Pago eTransaction Services GmbH has given the green light to Maestro International for e-commerce transactions. In Summer 2006 Pago became the first acquirer outside the UK to offer Maestro UK…
  • / Technology

    Drugstore.com opens health savings account-related web store

    Drugstore.com has rolled out an online store designed for health savings account holders. The HSA Store identifies more than 3,000 eligible products and documents purchases for heath savings accounts users.

    Posted 08/15/2007Mark BrohanPost a comment

    Drugstore.com has rolled out an online store designed for health savings account holders. The HSA Store identifies more than 3,000 eligible products and documents purchases for heath savings accounts users.
  • / Technology

    The shopping deadline looming, online shoppers start looking for gift cards

    The share of US Internet searches for “gift cards” surged 109% for the week ending Dec. 16 versus the previous week, reports web traffic measurement company Hitwise. General credit gift cards dominated the searches.

    Posted 12/21/2006Kurt PetersPost a comment

    The share of US Internet searches for “gift cards” surged 109% for the week ending Dec. 16 versus the previous week, reports web traffic measurement company Hitwise. General credit gift cards dominated the searches.
  • New approach to loyalty: click-to-shop gift cards

    The San Diego Chargers and ShopUSN.com are the first to offer a new digital gift card from imX Solutions that consumers insert into their computers, then click images to shop online. The Chargers organization is using the card in a loyalty program and expects to see a sales boost of 10-12%.

    Posted 09/28/2006Internet RetailerPost a comment

    The San Diego Chargers and ShopUSN.com are the first to offer a new digital gift card from imX Solutions that consumers insert into their computers, then click images to shop online. The Chargers organization is using the card in a loyalty program and expects to see a sales boost of 10-12%.
  • / Technology

    Debit will surpass credit for online purchases by 2007, new report says

    By 2007, consumers will use debit cards more often than credit cards for online purchases, mirroring a shift that already has taken place offline, according to a new report from Jupiter Research.

    Posted 03/27/2006Paul DemeryPost a comment

    By 2007, consumers will use debit cards more often than credit cards for online purchases, mirroring a shift that already has taken place offline, according to a new report from Jupiter Research.

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