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  • / Marketing

    U.K.-based payments services provider enters the North American market

    YESpay, a provider of PCI-compliant payment processing services for online and multichannel retailers, recently opened an office in Toronto to serve merchants in North America. Among its services are support for computer chip-based smart cards.

    Posted 07/09/2009Paul DemeryPost a comment

    YESpay, a provider of PCI-compliant payment processing services for online and multichannel retailers, recently opened an office in Toronto to serve merchants in North America. Among its services are support for computer chip-based smart cards.

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  • / Technology

    Credit card network JCB launches password security program

    JCB, the Japan-based credit card network, is providing a password-based payment security system for online transactions.

    Posted 11/21/2003Kurt PetersPost a comment

    JCB, the Japan-based credit card network, is providing a password-based payment security system for online transactions.
  • / Technology

    New risk-management system detects prepaid gift card fraud

    BSG Clearing Solutions, a provider of risk management tools for e-commerce merchants and communications service providers, has introduced an application for guarding against prepaid gift card fraud.

    Posted 02/14/2008Paul DemeryPost a comment

    BSG Clearing Solutions, a provider of risk management tools for e-commerce merchants and communications service providers, has introduced an application for guarding against prepaid gift card fraud.
  • / Technology

    Tech Firms Join Forces

    A group of major technology companies has announced its support and plans to develop the Account Authority Digital Signature and proposed Accredited Standards Committee X9 digital payments standard. (www.firstdatacorp.com) First Data Corp., (www.compaq.com) Compaq Computer Corp., (www.tsainc.com) Transaction Systems Architects Corp., (www.certicom.com) Certicom, (www.interworld.com) InterWorld Corp. and (www.cybersafe.com) CyberSafe Corp., made...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    A group of major technology companies has announced its support and plans to develop the Account Authority Digital Signature and proposed Accredited Standards Committee X9 digital payments standard. (www.firstdatacorp.com) First Data Corp., (www.compaq.com) Compaq Computer Corp., (www.tsainc.com)…
  • / Technology

    Chip Cards Safest For Web Shopping, Consumers Believe

    Consumers are more likely to view smart cards as a safe vehicle for Internet shopping as compared to credit cards without a chip, according to a March survey by Auriemma Consulting Group Inc., Westbury, New York. The survey of 501 respondents found that 34% of consumers saw shopping with general-purpose cards on the Web to be "very risky" and only 8% thought it "very safe." However, only 19% of consumers deemed the use of chip cards on the Web to...

    Posted 01/19/2001Don DavisPost a comment

    Consumers are more likely to view smart cards as a safe vehicle for Internet shopping as compared to credit cards without a chip, according to a March survey by Auriemma Consulting Group Inc., Westbury, New York. The survey of 501 respondents found that 34% of consumers saw shopping with general…
  • / Technology

    SpaFinder enables electronic gift-giving at home and abroad

    SpaFinder is rolling out electronic gift cards, using the technology of Transaction Wireless, a mobile commerce, payment and marketing company.

    Posted 02/24/2010Paul DemeryPost a comment

    SpaFinder is rolling out electronic gift cards, using the technology of Transaction Wireless, a mobile commerce, payment and marketing company.
  • / Technology

    eConnect receives an order for 1,000 eCashPads from Kanakaris Wireless

    Kanakaris Wireless, which is preparing to launch the ak.tv web/TV shopping site, has ordered 1,000 eCashPad home consumer payment terminals.

    Posted 06/25/2001Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Kanakaris Wireless, which is preparing to launch the ak.tv web/TV shopping site, has ordered 1,000 eCashPad home consumer payment terminals.
  • / Technology

    U.K. chip & PIN technology may be accelerating attempted card fraud online

    Since microchip-bearing credit cards debuted in the U.K. in January to prevent fraudulent card use at the point of sale, attempted fraudulent card-not-present transactions on the Internet are up 70% over a year ago, according to Retail Decisions.

    Posted 09/01/2005Paul DemeryPost a comment

    Since microchip-bearing credit cards debuted in the U.K. in January to prevent fraudulent card use at the point of sale, attempted fraudulent card-not-present transactions on the Internet are up 70% over a year ago, according to Retail Decisions.
  • / Technology

    Online credit card fraud hit $700 million last year, Gartner says

    Credit card fraud on the Internet reached $700 million last year, 1.14% of the total $61.8 billion that consumers spent on retail purchases, travel and event tickets, reports Gartner Inc. The year before, fraud totaled $499 million, 1.13% of sales.

    Posted 03/08/2002Kurt PetersPost a comment

    Credit card fraud on the Internet reached $700 million last year, 1.14% of the total $61.8 billion that consumers spent on retail purchases, travel and event tickets, reports Gartner Inc. The year before, fraud totaled $499 million, 1.13% of sales.
  • Fleet`s merchant approach to smart card promotion

    Until now, American Express Co. has gotten all the ink about online smart cards. But Boston-based Fleet Bank has launched a smart card-and it hopes to grab part of the market that American Express proved exists. In September, Fleet rolled out the Fusion smart Visa card. And while it may look like just another chip card touting security and easy online shopping, Fleet is pitching as a major feature to merchants that they will pay a lower Visa...

    Posted 12/26/2000Don DavisPost a comment

    Until now, American Express Co. has gotten all the ink about online smart cards. But Boston-based Fleet Bank has launched a smart card-and it hopes to grab part of the market that American Express proved exists. In September, Fleet rolled out the Fusion smart Visa card. And while it may look like…

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