PSCU, CO-OP Financial Services and The Members Group have partnered with MasterCard to make the new technology available to credit unions.
Solution is open to non-FIS core users and offers real-time money movement, company says.
When shoppers swiped their credit and debit cards to pay for purchases at Barnes & Noble stores last year, they didn’t expect to have their card and personal identification numbers stolen. But hackers had breached point-of-sale keypad card terminals at 63 Barnes & Noble stores in nine states.
Additional data to be gathered on payment methods, cash deposit, withdrawal and third-party fraud info.
Sending real money to a Twitter user has become as simple as typing: “#Dwolla @TwitterUser $10.”
WASHINGTON — Three peer-to-peer payments panelists reunited at the BAI Retail Delivery conference and then went at it.
Opportunity to build enduring relationships by leveraging the mobile channel is within reach. But credit unions must act now, before their members direct their payments elsewhere.
This edition of Mobility Matters by technology reporter Robert McGarvey looks at what the new iPhone might mean to the payments industry: A lot.
Hundreds of credit unions will have more options exchanging, settling payment items under new agreement between Viewpointe and VSoft Corp.