7-Eleven offers a physical hub where many Americans, who might otherwise be tied to cash, can digitize their daily interactions. Amazon Go is not pitched to that kind of holistic service model.
Banks Shutter Branches In Large Numbers
It has been a banner run for closing bank branches as the mass exodus of consumers to various digital chann...
Democratic Senators Push Overdraft Bill
CUs contend the bill, which would limit overdraft fees charged by CUs and banks, is not needed.
Credit Unions Trial Amazon's Alexa as a Customer Service Rep
Two Canadian credit unions are now testing a system that lets customers do their banking through Alexa.
Venmo competitor Zelle wants to let you pay businesses, too
Zelle is working on ways to ensure that customers can safely pay small businesses.
Costco activates contactless terminals in stores
Observers have said the U.S. market is now ripe for more banks to leap to contactless cards.
Consumer Borrowing Hits $13.29 Trillion In Q2
American’s increased the amount of money they borrowed in the second quarter
Square Cash Downloads Top Venmo
Cumulative downloads of Square‘s Cash App surpassed PayPal‘s Venmo for the first time ever.
EMVCo Launches 3DS Test Platform
Secure payments enabler EMVCo has announced the launch of the full EMV 3-D Secure (EMV 3DS) Test Platform.
Study: Mobile merchant transactions to help drive financial inclusion
Juniper Research study forecasts that the use of mobile devices to make retail and store payments will act as a driver for financial inclusion of the unbanked in emerging markets.
Juniper Research predicts 146 billion digital records will be stolen by 2023
The number of digital records stolen by cybercriminals will increase by 175 percent, according to new report from Juniper Research.
One year in, early bet on Zelle paying off for credit unions
With more than one year under its belt, Zelle’s user rates are skyrocketing, with consumer “trust” noted as a leading indicator.
Are we really ready to kill off the username and password?
The password it not dead yet, rather it is experiencing gradual retirement.
Payments' Summer Of Stranger Things
There have been a few developments that suggest there could be some stranger things lurking in our own upside down, payments parallel universe.
Why Apple Pay Is the Highest-Rated Mobile P2P Payment Service
CR's test-based ratings focus on data privacy and security, and tell you how well the services work
Diebold Nixdorf Considers A Sale
ATM servicer and software provider Diebold Nixdorf has hired financial advisors as it considers a sale.
Chase Ultimate Rewards To Fly High With Expedia
Banks, once technologically-stodgy firms that preferred to build applications in-house, are increasingly joining up with leading companies to keep up with consumers’ climbing expectations.
Visa, Mastercard Cut Canadian Transaction Fees
The finance department explained that the commitments will make credit card acceptance fairer for SMBs, which have less power than larger merchants to negotiate…
Low-Cost Mobile Card Readers' Security Flaws
Positive Technologies researchers are warning that new lower-cost payment systems could hurt companies because of security flaws.
You no longer need a card to get cash from nearly every Chase ATM
JPMorgan Chase has rolled out cardless transactions to nearly all of its 16,000 ATMs.
US Payments Forum eyes contactless cards as the next big thing
The U.S. Payments Forum has released its Summer 2018 Market Snapshot
California Consumer Privacy Act hits payments