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Google Wallet With AMEX, Hold The AMEX

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Google Wallet With AMEX, Hold The AMEX: Yesterday, Google Wallet announced some seemingly big upgrades. Namely: We're releasing a new, cloud-based version of the Google Wallet app that supports all credit and debit cards from Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover. Today, American Express wanted to clarify one little thing...
Google Wallet With AMEX, Hold The AMEX

Google Wallet Uses The Cloud To Support All Credit Cards

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News updates all day from Fast Company.Google Wallet, which only worked well with Citi MasterCards when it launched last year, is getting more inclusive.On Wednesday, Google announced the latest version of its NFC-enabled mobile payment platform would support all credit and debit cards from Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover....
Google Wallet Uses The Cloud To Support All Credit Cards

Google Wallet updated with refreshed UI and performance improvements

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Google Wallet has been updated today with a few new features including enhancements to the overall user interface. As for the UI, the app’s navigation top safe now along the top of the app, while navigation has been moved around slightly with loaded cards stored in the “My Wallet”...
Google Wallet updated with refreshed UI and performance improvements

iZettle launches in the UK with EE for payments via Mastercard, Amex, Visa and Diners Club

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iZettle, generally known as Europe’s answer to Square, is finally being launched in the UK. The payment system that hooks up a card reader to mobile devices is being pushed as a saviour for British small businesses. The mini chip-card readers are being brought to the UK through an exclusive...
iZettle launches in the UK with EE for payments via Mastercard, Amex, Visa and Diners Club
Sprint adds Google Wallet support to HTC One, Samsung Galaxy S4 and Note 2

Whoops - Square rival iZettle forced to stop accepting Visa card payments in the Nordics, 'working to fix it'

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There’s something brewing in the Nordics. European Square competitor iZettle this morning sent out an email informing users that is was forced to withdraw support for Visa card payments in Denmark, Finland and Norway, where it has a strong presence already. The startup acknowledges the news on its @iZettleSupport Twitter...
Whoops - Square rival iZettle forced to stop accepting Visa card payments in the Nordics, 'working to fix it'

Europe’s Square rival iZettle to ship 3,000 card readers to UK testers, warms up for summer launch

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iZettle is one of the European companies doing what Jack Dorsey’s Square is doing in the United States: trying to convince small businesses and individuals to take card payments with its mobile applications and a custom-built reader. So far, the mobile payments company only has operations in the Nordics (the...
Europe’s Square rival iZettle to ship 3,000 card readers to UK testers, warms up for summer launch

Digital Wallet Battle Heats Up As Visa And MasterCard Enter The Game

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This week, two of the major players in the credit card industry, Visa and MasterCard launched their online digital wallet services. Known as V.me (Visa’s) and PayPass Wallet Services (MasterCard), both are very similar initiatives which see the companies clamoring to become the credit card of choice for digital transactions, the way...
Digital Wallet Battle Heats Up As Visa And MasterCard Enter The Game
Make Way For Another Mobile Payment POSsibility: Shuttle By Adyen Launches Across All Of Europe

Visa expands digital wallet V.me access to 55 million customers

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Visa said Tuesday that it has expanded its digital wallet service V.me to an additional 53 banks and 23 merchant partners. About 55 million cardholders now can use V.me for their online shopping. V.me is a wallet service that aims to make it easier to pay for goods online....
Visa expands digital wallet V.me access to 55 million customers

PayPal partners with DocuSign to help businesses collect signatures for online payments

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eBay-owned online payment giant PayPal has announced today that it has teamed up with DocuSign to provide a way for business users and individuals to electronically sign their PayPal payments and seem them processed immediately. The partnership will see DocuSign’s Payment platform — which helped companies get signatures on contracts, agreements,...
PayPal partners with DocuSign to help businesses collect signatures for online payments

Even The Babysitter Takes Credit Cards With Square

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Small businesses, mobile vendors and yard sale junkies across the world unite - credit and debit cards have come to the street-side, the festival ground and the front yard with today's release of Square. Square is an app for both iPhones and Android devices that allows its users to accept...
Even The Babysitter Takes Credit Cards With Square

Square clone Payleven hits UK, Brazil, confirms double-digit million funding

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Mobile payments company Payleven is expanding its operations from Germany to Brazil, the Netherlands, Poland, and the UK – and today it confirmed a double-digit million euro funding round with New Enterprise Associates, Holtzbrinck Ventures, and ru-Net. Payleven, the Square clone backed by the Samwer brothers’ Rocket Internet and formerly known as ZenPay and EvoPay, has moved extremely fast since starting...
Square clone Payleven hits UK, Brazil, confirms double-digit million funding

American Express Sounds a Little Peeved About the Google Wallet Upgrade

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No wonder they went with Mastercard. Back in June, the founder of 4G hotspot provider Karma got up on stage and announced partnerships with American Airlines and car service Uber. Only there were no final, formalized partnerships--just "talks" that might've been going well, but certainly weren't done. At the time, it looked like...
American Express Sounds a Little Peeved About the Google Wallet Upgrade

iZettle, The ‘Square Of Europe’, Checks Out Mobile Payments In The UK With 3,000 Free Readers For SMBs

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With Square yet to reveal when or where it might offer its mobile payment service in Europe, and PayPal apparently still only talking with would-be partners, the door is wide open for more local players to jump in and pick up some market share. Sweden’s iZettle, which often gets compared to...
iZettle, The ‘Square Of Europe’, Checks Out Mobile Payments In The UK With 3,000 Free Readers For SMBs

Google Wallet gets Web App, updated with all major credit cards and remote wipe

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Google Wallet is now cloud-based, supports any type of credit or debit card, and its safer than ever before thanks to secure storage and remote disabling. According to the the official Google Commerce blog: “Today we’re releasing a new, cloud-based version of the Google Wallet app that supports all credit and...
Google Wallet gets Web App, updated with all major credit cards and remote wipe
Why Walmart, Target, and other big retailers are teaming up on mobile payments

Best Buy, Target, 7-11 and others form Merchant Customer Exchange, mobile wallet solution

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A group of  leading U.S. retailers announced today they have formed Merchant Customer Exchange (MCX), a company dedicated to mobile-commerce with a mobile wallet app already under development. MCX is currently composed of merchants like 7-Eleven, Best Buy, CVS/pharmacy, Darden Restaurants (Olive Garden, Red Lobster), Lowe’s, Target, Wal-Mart and...
Best Buy, Target, 7-11 and others form Merchant Customer Exchange, mobile wallet solution
Google Wallet now accepts major credit cards of all magnetic stripes

Isis recruits big point-of-sale providers for mobile payment push

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Isis, the mobile payment joint-venture between Verizon, AT&Tand T-Mobile, has been on a slow-and-steady march toward an initial rollout this summer, lining up an array of partners across payment networks, handset manufacturers and banks. Now, it’s announcing that it has partnered with big point-of-sale payment systems providers VeriFone, Ingenico, VivoTech...
Isis recruits big point-of-sale providers for mobile payment push

Inspire Commerce nabs $500,000 to launch universal payment platform

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Inspire Commerce, which is working on a universal financial transaction technology platform, has raised a $500,000 seed round from Axia and The Story Stock Exchange. The company plans to use the funds for the development and deployment of its InspirePay.com service and the .pay framework. “From friends and family, to the Story...
Inspire Commerce nabs $500,000 to launch universal payment platform

Discover Partners With Google, Makes Adding Its Credit Cards To Google Wallet Easier

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Google Wallet, the company’s NFC-based virtual wallet for Android, got a major update earlier this month when Google started giving its users the ability to use cards from Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. Today, Google and Discover announced that they are now making it even easier for Discover customers...
Discover Partners With Google, Makes Adding Its Credit Cards To Google Wallet Easier

Isis takes the slow road to mobile payment success

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Isis, the joint mobile payment venture between Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile, has often been cast as the tortoise, compared to Google Wallet’s hare. While Google Wallet, a system based on near field communication, got a splashy introduction almost a year ago and formally launched in September, Isis’ competing NFC technology...
Isis takes the slow road to mobile payment success

MetroPCS adds Google Wallet support for its Samsung Galaxy S III

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If you’re a MetroPCS subscriber and you’re using the Samsung Galaxy S III smartphone, then today might be a good day for you. Google Wallet is now available for your device. This digital application allows you to store away your cards so you won’t need to carry them around anymore...
MetroPCS adds Google Wallet support for its Samsung Galaxy S III

Payment networks have a lot to gain in digital wallet revolution

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Credit card payment networks, like Visa, Mastercard, American Express and Discover, see big opportunity in the emerging digital payment business. And they are making sure they have a seat at the table along with tech companies, retailers and phone companies. [Read more]...
Payment networks have a lot to gain in digital wallet revolution

Google beefs up Wallet security, opens to any credit or debit card

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Google added a much-needed feature to its mobile payment product Google Wallet on Wednesday: users can now use it to charge something to any credit or debit card they own. In addition, Google has beefed up payment security by storing card information on remote servers and has added a new...
Google beefs up Wallet security, opens to any credit or debit card

Jumio opens Netswipe Mobile SDK, gives away $5M worth of scanning fees to startups

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Digital payments startup Jumio has today released its Netswipe Mobile SDK, which allows developers to add credit card scanning capabilities to their iOS apps. With this release, Jumio is giving away $5 million worth of scanning fees to young startups and developers. More then anything, it’s a great incentive for developers...
Jumio opens Netswipe Mobile SDK, gives away $5M worth of scanning fees to startups

Google Wallet now cloud-based, accepts all credit cards

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Google today announced on the official Android blog that Google Wallet, the app that allows users to pay with their phone via near field communication (NFC), has been updated to a cloud-based version that supports all credit and debit cards from Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover. As Google explains...
Google Wallet now cloud-based, accepts all credit cards
Retail: With Discover Deal, PayPal Wants to Be What's in Your Wallet

WikiLeaks donations by Visa ruled OK in Iceland

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The three-year blockade against donations to WikiLeaks may have just been chiseled away, in Iceland, by a ruling handed down by the European country's Supreme Court.The verdict, handed down Wednesday, says that the Visa subcontractor Valitor had unlawfully terminated its contract with WikiLeaks' donation processor, DataCell, and must re-open...
WikiLeaks donations by Visa ruled OK in Iceland
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