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    American Express targets web and mobile payments with $300 million deal

    American Express today announced plans to acquire Revolution Money, a competitor to Visa and MasterCard that offers merchants lower fees. American Express says the deal will help it offer new products, especially for Internet and mobile payments.

    Posted 11/18/2009Zak StamborPost a comment

    American Express today announced plans to acquire Revolution Money, a competitor to Visa and MasterCard that offers merchants lower fees. American Express says the deal will help it offer new products, especially for Internet and mobile payments.
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    Chase Paymentech and Revolution Money Expand RevolutionCard Merchant Acceptance

    Chase Paymentech Makes New Payment Method Available to Merchants DALLAS, TX and ST. PETERSBURG, FL -- Chase Paymentech, a leading merchant acquirer and payment processor, and Revolution Money Inc., operator of the RevolutionCard™ payment network, today announced that Chase Paymentech`s state-of-the-art processing platforms now enable the acceptance of RevolutionCard transactions for online and retail merchants. Revolution Money currently operates...

    Posted 04/21/2009

    Chase Paymentech Makes New Payment Method Available to Merchants DALLAS, TX and ST. PETERSBURG, FL -- Chase Paymentech, a leading merchant acquirer and payment processor, and Revolution Money Inc., operator of the RevolutionCard™ payment network, today announced that Chase Paymentech`s state-of…
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    Online payment processor offers low-fee RevolutionCard

    CardinalCommerce Corp. will soon offer its e-retail clients the option to accept RevolutionCard, a credit card that charges a fee of 0.5%. On a typical $169 web purchase, the new card`s fee would be 85 cents, versus $3.29 with MasterCard.

    Posted 09/19/2008Katie EvansPost a comment

    CardinalCommerce Corp. will soon offer its e-retail clients the option to accept RevolutionCard, a credit card that charges a fee of 0.5%. On a typical $169 web purchase, the new card`s fee would be 85 cents, versus $3.29 with MasterCard.

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