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    Discover Card and Excite@Home launch a one-stop e-commerce solution for merchants

    Discover Business Services, a division of Discover Financial Services Inc., today announced a partnership with Excite@Home to launch DiscoverEstores, a one-stop e-commerce and payment processing solution for merchants. Discover Business Services will market this end-to-end solution to its more than 3.6 million merchant locations to enable them to establish an Internet presence and begin accepting and processing online payments in as little as 24...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Discover Business Services, a division of Discover Financial Services Inc., today announced a partnership with Excite@Home to launch DiscoverEstores, a one-stop e-commerce and payment processing solution for merchants. Discover Business Services will market this end-to-end solution to its more than…
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    Online Credit Comfort Level Increasing

    The recent surge of online credit card use indicates that consumers are quickly becoming more comfortable with making purchases online, and credit cards have established themselves as the "new online currency," according to research released by (www.cyberdialogue.com) Cyber Dialogue, New York. The number of U.S. adults using credit cards to purchase goods and services online more than doubled between 1998 and 1999, it says, and by third-quarter...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    The recent surge of online credit card use indicates that consumers are quickly becoming more comfortable with making purchases online, and credit cards have established themselves as the "new online currency," according to research released by (www.cyberdialogue.com) Cyber Dialogue, New York. The…
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    Discover sets up merchant advisory council for online fraud issues

    Discover Network, issuer of the Discover card, has set up a merchant advisory council to identify and address payments industry issues, including online security and fraud, merchant support and new payment technologies.

    Posted 06/15/2006Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Discover Network, issuer of the Discover card, has set up a merchant advisory council to identify and address payments industry issues, including online security and fraud, merchant support and new payment technologies.
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    Big retailers face Sept. 30 data security deadline set by Visa

    More than 300 large retailers must comply with the PCI Data Security Standard by Sept. 30 or face fines from Visa. The most intense focus is on card data collected in stores because that can be used to create counterfeit cards, a Gartner analyst says.

    Posted 09/27/2007Paul DemeryPost a comment

    More than 300 large retailers must comply with the PCI Data Security Standard by Sept. 30 or face fines from Visa. The most intense focus is on card data collected in stores because that can be used to create counterfeit cards, a Gartner analyst says.
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    Discover Launches Online Wallet

    Last among the credit card brands to offer a digital wallet to cardholders, Riverwoods, Ill.-based Morgan Stanley Dean Witter & Co., issuer of Discover, has launched the Desk$hop online wallet. Desk$hop enables cardholders to automatically fill out purchase forms at online merchants and also access account information. Discover is the first issuer to combine online account access with a shopping assistant, says Colleen Zambole, vice president of...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Last among the credit card brands to offer a digital wallet to cardholders, Riverwoods, Ill.-based Morgan Stanley Dean Witter & Co., issuer of Discover, has launched the Desk$hop online wallet. Desk$hop enables cardholders to automatically fill out purchase forms at online merchants and also access…
  • / Technology

    Sears plans to add card services to its web site

    Sears is working with Incurrent Solutions Inc., a provider of Internet-based credit card solutions, to expand its online services at sears.com.

    Posted 08/06/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Sears is working with Incurrent Solutions Inc., a provider of Internet-based credit card solutions, to expand its online services at sears.com.
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    No suspects yet in merchant processor card theft case

    The FBI and the Secret Service are continuing to investigate the theft of several million credit card account numbers from a database of Data Processors International, which processes card-not-present transactions for web-based and other merchants.

    Posted 02/21/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    The FBI and the Secret Service are continuing to investigate the theft of several million credit card account numbers from a database of Data Processors International, which processes card-not-present transactions for web-based and other merchants.
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    Discover and Intuit Offer More Services

    Discover credit cardholders will be able to check their accounts and edit transactions on a daily basis as a result of an agreement between Discover and (www.quicken.com) Mountain View, California-based Intuit Inc. (www.discovercard.com) Discover Financial Services' 47 million members will be able to import account information into Intuit's Quicken.com and check their transactions whenever they want, instead of waiting for a statement at the end...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Discover credit cardholders will be able to check their accounts and edit transactions on a daily basis as a result of an agreement between Discover and (www.quicken.com) Mountain View, California-based Intuit Inc. (www.discovercard.com) Discover Financial Services' 47 million members will be able…
  • How to Pay Less for Payments

    Online retailers can reduce payment-processing costs in many ways, and more cost-saving options are coming. But more alternatives means it’s more important than ever for retailers to know how to play the game.

    Posted 05/30/2008Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Online retailers can reduce payment-processing costs in many ways, and more cost-saving options are coming. But more alternatives means it’s more important than ever for retailers to know how to play the game.
  • 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.

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