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Forbes 10/17/2019 05:00
Visa Direct taps Visa’s huge network, which supports nearly 3.4 billion payment credentials and over 54 million merchant locations, and repurposes those capabilities to provide a network that can pay anyone, anywhere.
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PointChaser 10/17/2019 03:30
Because I don’t want to ruin my credit with manufactured spending, I diligently track all of my credit card statement closing dates and make sure my utilization rate stays well under 30.
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Boarding Area 10/13/2019 17:37
A recap of the best posts and deals including United gutting their program for elites, a new prepaid card with a bonkers bonus, easy money from SoFi and has Chase lost some of its value? The post New Prepaid Visa with Crazy Bonus, Huge Value with Excursionist Perk, United’s Brutal Changes, More Boeing Plane Issues & More!
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Business Insider 10/12/2019 08:00
The US has consistently lagged other markets in adopting new credit card tech.
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Banking Business Review 10/10/2019 08:50
With a history of over $55 billion in credit card and ACH payments processed annually, QuickBooks Payments’ comprehensive platform offers multiple ways for merchants to receive funds (mobile payments, remote payments, invoices) and now deliver funds in real-time7.
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PYMNTS.com 10/09/2019 07:01
The solution, at least from the Visa-Intuit point of view, is to integrate Visa Direct into the QuickBooks Payments system to enable such payments.
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The citizens of 49 countries include 38 from Europe and 7 from Asia, as well as the United States, Canada, Australia and New Zealand, who can obtain the visa either through the website, or through devices located at the airports of the Kingdom after the payment of the amount of 440 riyals by credit card.
“The change will allow the U.S. companies to process credit card transactions without having to partner with a local company in Indonesia, the sources said. Indonesia’s decision represented a major lobbying victory for U.S. payment companies in efforts to beat back a host of new regulations in Asia and elsewhere around data storage or the […]
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Seeking Alpha 10/03/2019 12:12
Rise of alternative payment methods, such as PayPal, leads to less business for credit card networks, such as Visa.
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