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VIDEO: Recurring Debit and Credit Transactions Are at $290b a Year, but by 2021…

Recurring payments online or by mobile are growing in frequency and complexity.

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Why Merchants Won’t Accept Crypto Like They Do Cards

This article provides a quick and reasonable assessment of the multiple issues that make crypto a poor replacement for cards or cash at retail locations. Let’s jump to the issues that impact crypto adoption at retail: The transaction costs in many blockchains are lower than in the fiat world, so the coffee can be cheaper.

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VIDEO: There Is a Huge Difference Between Credit Union Members and Non in Comfort Using Debit

There is a huge difference between credit union members and non-credit union members in their comfort level with using debit cards. Watch this video to learn more.

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Aussies Ditch Physical Money for Card Payments

Cash is on its last legs. But the rise of card payments is making life very easy for fraudsters. Should you be worried? We can’t fight the decline of cash. It is going the way of cheques. Before long cash could be something only weird old people use and other shoppers will stare in amazement […]

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Recurring Card Payments to Hit $473B by 2021

A new report has predicted that recurring transactions processed on debit and credit cards in the United States will reach $473 billion by 2021. The report, U.S. Recurring Payments Market Forecast, 2: Set It and Forget It, has explored U.S. market size and reviewed service offerings from seven providers in the U.S. market.

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Why Debit Cards and Visa Could Save Cryptocurrencies

If you’re new to cryptocurrency, then chances are you’re thinking ‘How do I spend it?’ After all, while great for transferring money, a large number of online shopping experiences require you to input physical card details. With transfer fees to consider, crypto doesn’t always make sense to the serious shopper.

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More Than a Token Gesture: Visa, AmEx, Mastercard Ramp Up Payments Security

The push towards tokenization removes the need for online retailers to store customer card details. Credit card firms in Australia are shifting towards a tokenization model, with both Visa and American Express making announcements in the last few days.

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VIDEO: How Many Cards Do Consumers Load Onto a Mobile Pay App?

When it comes to mobile payment apps credit and debit cards are dominant but how many cards do consumers load onto a mobile pay app? According to a Mercator Advisory Group survey… This episode of Truth In Data Provided by Mercator Advisory Group’s report – The Merchant Experience About the report Mercator Advisory Group’s latest […]

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VIDEO: What Consumer Age Segment Has the Highest Debit Card Activation Percentage?

What Consumer Age Segment Has the Highest Debit Card Activation Percentage?Is It A: 18-34 yr olds? Is It B: 35-64 yr olds? Or Is It C: 65+ yr olds? According to a Mercator Advisory Group survey the winner is…

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PODCAST: Majority of Credit Unions Are Missing a Huge Opportunity With Debit

The following is a transcript of the podcast episode hosted by Ryan McEndarfer, Editor-in-chief at PaymentsJournal.com Dr. Kathy, what are you seeing in regard to overall debit usage among credit union members? And why should credit unions be focused on improving debit card issuance and usage? That’s such a great question.

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VIDEO: Credit vs Debit Which Is Preferred by Consumers?

Do consumers prefer credit or debit for the following online transactions?Online RetailBill PaymentTravelDigital ContentData for this episode of Truth In Data provided by Mercator Advisory Group’s report –  U.S.

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Mastercard Digital Commerce Suite to Make Every Card ‘Token Ready’

Mastercard said Wednesday (Oct. 17) that it will enable tokenization services on all cards by 2020, as part of its Digital Commerce Solutions, a suite of offerings geared toward making online transactions speedier and more secure.

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