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MasterCard is working with the SMB market to bring better security their way by virtue of greater fraud protection tools.
Banks, not wanting to be the newest victim of the online movement, have some work to do to regain importance among customers, and a new study from FIS illustrates just what should be done.
Minted is looking to make the jump from online to physical, and is nowhere near the size of Amazon.
Now, Starbucks fans in India will be able to get in on the action as well, as Starbucks brings the online options to the country later on this year.
A new report revealed that there would be a lot of new development in the mobile wallet market thanks to increasing customer support for mobile payments.
In what may be one of the strangest mobile payments developments in some time, the ransomware organization known as TeslaCrypt has shut down its operations for good.
The Pavlok may represent the best step that keeps a user financially honest via one of the greatest incentives known to man: pain.
Since the EMV shift, the learning curve for merchants and consumers has begun to diminish.
News out of Austin, Texas today surfaced revealing some interesting findings regarding prepaid cards.
A new application programming interface (API) for Android Pay emerged, all with an eye toward making it easier for users to put the mobile payment program to work.
Recently noted at the Reuters Financial Regulation Summit in Washington D.C that the biggest threat to the financial system was still security.
Workers who needed to be paid, and workers who—according to reports from the Better Than Cash Alliance—may have not only saved money, but also saved lives, just by using mobile payments.
The two companies will offer users access to some new features that should add value to the overall ecosystem.
During 2015, online, or card-not-present (CNP), fraud increased 215 percent and, according to Aité Group, CNP fraud is likely to double to $6.4 billion by 2018.