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February 03, 2014

Headline News from PaymentsNews.com - February 3, 2014

The second edition of our book "Payments Systems in the U.S." has just been published. It's available in print from Amazon.com and in an ebook version for your iPad.

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January 29, 2014

Headline News from PaymentsNews.com - January 29, 2014

The second edition of our book "Payments Systems in the U.S." has just been published. It's available in print from Amazon.com and in an ebook version for your iPad.

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January 20, 2014

Headline News from PaymentsNews.com - January 20, 2014

Next Glenbrook Payments Boot Camps: Feb 4-5 in Palo Alto, CA; March 18-19 in New York City. Alternatively, you can request a private Payments Workshop held on-site at your location.

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  • McDonald’s Launches McD App for Smartphones Throughout Northern Nevada Area - "McD App utilizes location-based services to provide consumers with deals and offers accessible direct from their mobile device and has the ability to tailor future offers and deals based on a user’s preferences and purchasing behaviors."

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January 17, 2014

Headline News from PaymentsNews.com - January 17, 2014

Next Glenbrook Payments Boot Camps: Feb 4-5 in Palo Alto, CA; March 18-19 in New York City. Alternatively, you can request a private Payments Workshop held on-site at your location.

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  • Retailers Urge Appeals Court to Make Federal Reserve Follow the Law - The Merchants Payments Coalition, a group of merchants fighting for a more competitive and transparent bank-card industry, said today: “Judge Leon struck a blow for fairness with his original ruling. We think the evidence will also prove as compelling to the appeals court. We look forward to that court reaffirming the Durbin Amendment as passed and sending the Federal Reserve back to the drawing board to ensure it actually follows the law.”
  • "NRF Asks Appeals Court to Uphold Order for Lower Swipe Fee Cap - "The National Retail Federation today asked an appeals court to uphold a judge’s ruling that the Federal Reserve set its cap on debit card swipe fees far higher than intended by Congress and that the cap needs to be recalculated at a lower level."
  • Retailers Comment On The Data Security Act - "PIN-and-chip cards are widely used across the globe, and it’s time for the bankcard industry in the United States to adopt that technology to better protect our consumers. We must transition away from 1960s technology and adopt a 21st century system that will help reduce and prevent fraud and protect customers from the threat posed by sophisticated cybercriminals, hackers and data thieves."
  • U.S. Bank Announces Plan to Wind Down Checking Account Advance - "U.S. Bank will begin to wind down its short-term, small-dollar deposit advance product, Checking Account Advance, to align with final regulatory guidance issued by the Office of Comptroller of the Currency (OCC) and the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC)."
  • FinCapDev 2014 Opens Call for Proposals - “Mobile technology has the potential to expand access to critical financial services and support, improving consumer financial health,” said Jennifer Tescher, President & CEO of the Center for Financial Services Innovation. “That’s what FinCapDev is all about: leveraging that potential and enabling innovators to build products for consumers who want and need better access to high-quality tools and information.”
  • Acculynk Gains Ground in Europe with Secure PIN-Based Authentication Patent Grant - "Acculynk, the first global PIN-debit authentication gateway, announced today that the European Patent Office granted Acculynk patent protection for the company’s propriety process for PIN based authentication over the Internet."

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January 16, 2014

EMVCo to Work on Payment Tokenization Standards

EMVco logo 140pxEMVCo - which is collectively owned by American Express, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, UnionPay and Visa - has announced that it is expanding its scope to lead the payments industry's work to standardize payment tokenization. EMVCo says that "the new specification will help provide the payments community with a consistent, secure and interoperable environment to make digital payments when using a mobile handset, tablet, personal computer or other smart device."

Tokenization is the process of replacing a traditional card account number with a unique payment token that is restricted in how it can be used with a specific device, merchant, transaction type or channel. When using tokenization, merchants and digital wallet operators do not need to store card account numbers; instead they are able to store payment tokens that can only be used for their designated purpose. The tokenization process happens in the background in a manner that is expected to be invisible to the consumer.

Key elements of EMVCo’s work include adding new data fields to provide richer industry information about the transaction, which will improve transaction efficiency and enhance the consumer and merchant payment experience by helping to prevent fraudulent card account use. EMVCo will also create a consistent approach to identify and verify the valid use of a token during payment processing including authorization, capture, clearing and settlement.

EMVCo’s announcement follows an earlier joint announcement from MasterCard, Visa and American Express that proposed an initial framework for industry collaboration to standardize payment tokenization. EMVCo says it will now build on this framework with collective input from all of its members and the industry as a whole.

December 06, 2013

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November 18, 2013

American Express Introduces Use Points for Charges on Smartphones

Amex logo 140pxAmerican Express has launched a new Use Points for Charges feature available in the American Express mobile app that gives eligible Card Members the option to redeem Membership Rewards points for practically any purchase, from gas and groceries to clothing and manicures, all on their smartphones.

“We’re committed to making Membership mobile, recognizing a future where decisions on what, where, and how to buy increasingly happen through mobile devices,” said David Yoo, SVP Mobile Products and Services, American Express. “We want to be where our Card Members are so that they can get the most out of Membership every day, and we can do that by connecting our Card products to the mobile devices our Card Members rely on most.”

The company describes how it works:

  • Download or upgrade the free iOS or Android American Express mobile app
  • Make an eligible purchase over $1.00 using your eligible Card enrolled in the Membership Rewards program
  • Open the mobile app and select Use Points for that particular charge once it hits your statement
  • A credit in the amount of the charge is applied to your account

Unlike rewards programs that only allow customers to redeem from a pre-selected list of options, American Express says its Card Members now have the power to design their own rewards program and treat themselves by redeeming points for almost any purchase with an eligible American Express Card.

November 14, 2013

Headline News from PaymentsNews.com - November 14, 2013

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October 28, 2013

Just Make Payments Go Away...

I did a slide for a client last week that said in big letters that what consumers want is to "Make Payments Go Away."

This article titled "A Better Way to Settle Up" by Farhad Manjoo in Fast Company's November edition explains more about that concept.

Every restaurant meal you've ever had, at the greasiest spoon or the most rarefied temple of gastronomy, ends the same way--with a terribly outdated ritual that I like to call the payment dance.
Indeed!

Headline News from PaymentsNews.com - October 28, 2013

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  • Looking for consulting help from Glenbrook? Let us know your needs here - and we'll get right back to you!
  • Join Glenbrook's Carol Coye Benson and Scott Loftesness for our Glenbrook Payments Boot Camp on December 10-11th in Palo Alto, California!
  • Glenbrook's Elizabeth McQuerry will be speaking on New Payments Regulation in Brazil at the International Money Transmitter Conference in Miami, Nov 4-7, 2013.
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October 25, 2013

InComm Launches Cashtie™ Cloud Match Service

InComm logo 140pxInComm has announced the launch of the Cashtie™ Cloud Match Service - describing it as a "RESTful API that enables loyalty program, mobile wallet and digital coupon providers to offer their capabilities to InComm's retail network without lengthy integration or new hardware to install at a retailer's point-of-sale (POS). InComm's Cashtie Cloud Match Service enables providers and retailers to manage and process mobile barcode transactions without any changes to the POS system, leveraging the established host-to-host connectivity between InComm and the retailer and InComm's barcode activation.

Cashtie Cloud Match provides a solution that works today to enable retailers and emerging payment and loyalty providers to transact," said Thomas Cornelius, senior vice president, InComm. "While other options are available, they require changes to the cash register or the installation of expensive new equipment, so for the first time partners and retailers leveraging Cashtie's Cloud Match solution can offer new payment, coupon and loyalty solutions that their customers demand today, while the hardware and software upgrade cycle of retailers may still be years out."
Here is how the Cashtie service works: a consumer selects to display a barcode for a coupon, payment or loyalty transaction within a mobile application and presents the barcode on their mobile phone to a cashier to be scanned. When the barcode is scanned from the mobile phone at the POS, the Cashtie Cloud Match Service instantly receives the transaction information.

The cloud match service uses the transaction details to match, in the cloud, the transaction at a specific cash register within a particular retail location and the provider that is associated with the barcode. Cashtie then shares this information with the provider, who matches it to a specific consumer and responds with the transaction details for making a payment, receiving a discount or gaining loyalty points. Cashtie then sends the details for the transaction back to the POS either via InComm's proprietary switching technology, as part of InComm's Enhanced Payment Platform or to any third party switching solution used by the retailer. All of this occurs in real-time.

Cashtie Cloud Match is a RESTful API and providers can request access via http://www.cashtie.com/cloudmatch.

October 08, 2013

Early Warning, Payfone Partner for Mobile Authentication Services

Early warning logo 140pxIn a press release this morning, Early Warning says that it "has taken steps to dramatically advance the state of mobile authentication technologies.

Through an equity investment and commercial agreement with Payfone, a leading mobile authentication company, Early Warning will now provide carrier-based device and account owner identity authentication combined with unrivaled financial transaction and identity data, ensuring a secure and seamless mobile experience for financial services customers. ... Through the services to be offered by Early Warning, financial institutions and payment processors gain a higher level of identity and device confidence to more assuredly authorize mobile transactions and protect carrier subscribers."

Paul Finch, CEO of Early Warning, said:

“The current authentication system must do more to protect the consumer and the global financial system as mobile has become a critical channel for banking and commerce. Passwords, knowledge-based questions and even device-centric security are insufficient protection from malware and identity-related breaches. The traditional convenience versus security trade-off has reached its limit. Now, through real-time integration with mobile carriers via Payfone, Early Warning provides an entirely new level of mobile security while delivering a streamlined mobile experience.”
By integrating with the network-based authentication capabilities of tier one mobile carriers via Payfone, Early Warning will provide a deterministic level of mobile identity that it says "far surpasses traditional and device-centric authentication measures." By leveraging the same SIM card-based network authentication that mobile operators use to secure their own services, Early Warning can verify account logins and financial transactions with more precision and convenience. Furthermore, common events such as managing lost and stolen phones, changing mobile carriers and porting phone numbers are managed in real-time without involvement from the consumer.

“The Internet has no identity infrastructure in its plumbing, while the mobile carriers authenticate identity in real-time for billions of consumers based on global GSMA and CDMA standards. Payfone brings this deep network-based identity authentication that effectively underwrites more than $300 billion in telecom services annually to financial institutions. It was only a matter of time that these two worlds converged,” said Payfone CEO Rodger Desai.

October 04, 2013

Headline News from PaymentsNews.com - October 4, 2013

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  • BitPay Adds 10 Languages and 150 Currencies to its Bitcoin Checkout - "Merchants servicing international customers can now present bitcoin payment instructions in the buyer’s native language, allowing merchants to more easily conduct business in emerging markets."
  • City National Bank to Introduce FIS Cardless Cash Access at ATMs - "The solution enables consumers to interact with the ATM from the privacy and security of their mobile devices, stage a transaction before stepping up to the ATM and then receive an eReceipt for the transaction on their devices, eliminating paper receipts."
  • Sterling Bank Launches Prepaid Card Products - "...with prepaid cards, cardholders do not take on debt as they would with credit cards, and they are not linked to a deposit account like debit cards, meaning no overdraft fees can occur. These cards simply hold a balance of funds loaded onto the cards by the cardholders until purchases draw them down to a zero balance, at which point the cards can be reloaded with funds."

Updates from Glenbrook:

  • Looking for consulting help from Glenbrook? Let us know your needs here - and we'll get right back to you!
  • Join us for our new series of Glenbrook Payments Boot Camps coming this October - 8th/9th in the San Francisco Bay Area and 23rd/24th in New York City!
  • Glenbrook's Allen Weinberg and Erin McCune will be at Money2020 in Las Vegas October 6-10 - please reach out to them directly to catch up in person or set up a briefing at the conference. Erin will be moderating an Invoicing, Billing & Collections panel with Bill.com CEO Rene Lacerte, Billtrust CEO Flint Lane and Billhighway Chairman Vince Thomas.
  • Glenbrook's Elizabeth McQuerry will be speaking at this year's NACHA Global Payments Forum on October 17-18 in New York City. She'll be speaking on the topic "Mobile Payments, Interoperability & Faster Funds Transfer".
  • Glenbrook's Carol Coye Benson will be speaking at this year's American Bankers Association Annual Convention on October 20-22 in New Orleans. She'll be participating in a panel discussion on The Future of the Payments Industry.
  • Join our mailing list for updates about Glenbrook events. Follow us on Twitter: @paymentsnews and @paymentsviews

October 01, 2013

MasterCard, Visa and American Express Propose New Global Standard to Make Online and Mobile Shopping Simpler and Safer

Visa, MasterCard and American Express have announced a proposed framework for a new global standard to enhance the security of digital payments and simplify the purchasing experience when shopping on a mobile phone, tablet, personal computer or other smart device.

According to the companies, "the proposed standard would allow the traditional account number to be replaced with a digital payment “token” for online and mobile transactions. With a token, consumers will no longer be required to enter an actual account number when shopping online or on a smart device. Tokens provide an additional layer of security and eliminate the need for merchants, digital wallet operators or others to store account numbers."

“For more than five decades, the payments industry has relied on standards to safely and consistently process payments,” said Jim McCarthy, Global Head of Innovation and Strategic Partnerships, Visa Inc. “As more consumers make purchases with mobile phones, tablets and PCs, we are committed to showing industry leadership in the development of new standards that offer the same interoperability, reliability and security as traditional card payments.”

“This continued transition from plastic cards to digital is all about providing consumers with the ability to easily and safely make a purchase. They would no longer need to store their actual card account number when shopping online or with a smart device; the token would serve as that stand-in,” said Ed McLaughlin, Chief Emerging Payments Officer, MasterCard. “This proposed global standard builds on our track record of working across the industry to deliver safe and secure payment products. What we're introducing today is comparable to how the industry came together to develop and use the magnetic stripe, EMV and NFC on a global scale.”

“By working together to form a common global standard for online and mobile shopping, we will be able to provide enhanced security, interoperability and consistency for all participants within the digital payments ecosystem,” said Mike Matan, Head of Global Network Business, American Express. “In addition, we will be able to drive the rapid adoption and expansion of digital payments, delivering innovative new products and services that will allow consumers to realize the full potential of digital commerce in today’s world.”

Key elements of the proposed standard include:

  • New data fields to provide richer information about the transaction, which can help improve fraud detection and expedite the approval process
  • Consistent methods to identify and verify a consumer before replacing the traditional card account number with a token
  • A common standard designed to simplify the process for merchants for contactless, online or other transactions

Once a standard is agreed to and implemented, issuers, merchants or digital wallet providers would be able to request a token so that when an account holder initiates an online or mobile transaction, the token – and not the traditional card account number – would be used to process, authorize, clear and settle the transaction in the same way traditional card payments are processed today. Tokens can be restricted in how they are used with a specific merchant, device, transaction or category of transactions.

The three companies say that the proposed framework has incorporated the input of many stakeholders, particularly card issuers and merchants. Over the coming weeks, the framework will also be presented to other partners and independent industry bodies, such as The Clearing House, PCI Security Standards Council and EMVCo, to align and further advance the standard.

We're reminded that The Clearing House announced a similar dynamic credentialing initiative earlier this year.

September 25, 2013

Headline News from PaymentsNews.com - September 25, 2013

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  • Join us for our new series of Glenbrook Payments Boot Camps coming this October - 8th/9th in the San Francisco Bay Area and 23rd/24th in New York City!
  • Glenbrook's Allen Weinberg and Erin McCune will be at Money2020 in Las Vegas October 6-10 - please reach out to them directly to catch up in person or set up a briefing at the conference. Erin will be moderating an Invoicing, Billing & Collections panel with Bill.com CEO Rene Lacerte, Billtrust CEO Flint Lane and Billhighway Chairman Vince Thomas.
  • Glenbrook's Elizabeth McQuerry will be speaking at this year's NACHA Global Payments Forum on October 17-18 in New York City. She'll be speaking on the topic "Mobile Payments, Interoperability & Faster Funds Transfer".
  • Glenbrook's Carol Coye Benson will be speaking at this year's American Bankers Association Annual Convention on October 20-22 in New Orleans. She'll be participating in a panel discussion on The Future of the Payments Industry.
  • Join our mailing list for updates about Glenbrook events. Follow us on Twitter: @paymentsnews and @paymentsviews

September 04, 2013

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August 29, 2013

Digital River Launches Mobile Payments Acceptance Solutions

Digital river world payments logo 140pxDigital River has announced the launch of Beanstream Mobile, a suite of mobile payment solutions for iOS and Android devices that enables merchants to turn mobile devices into "a portable card swipe, cash register and comprehensive solution." Beanstream Mobile works with an encrypted card reader and a free downloadable app.

“Existing mobile payment solutions have fallen short for merchants with multi-currency operations, in-store and online sales, and inventories,” said Souheil Badran, senior vice president and general manager, global payments and commerce at Digital River.

“Now, merchants will be able to unify their payment channels with one device and accept credit card mobile payments in 140 currencies through an integration with Digital River World Payments’ international bank connections.”

Unlike most mobile payment solutions, Beanstream Mobile’s interface and encrypted card reader are specifically designed to be white-labeled by brands and financial institutions.

The free Beanstream Mobile apps are now available in the Apple iTunes and Google Play stores. Beanstream API is also available for developers who wish to integrate mobile payment capabilities into their application.

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August 27, 2013

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August 22, 2013

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August 19, 2013

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August 05, 2013

Headline News from PaymentsNews.com - August 5, 2013

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  • We can’t make good coffee, but we can simplify payments - VeriFone Blog - "By leveraging many of the same technologies that helped to catalyze payment innovation, combined with forward-looking products that simplify the complexity inherent in payments, VeriFone is changing the model by which its customer and partners leverage new technology while easing the burden of adoption and deployment."
  • Mobile Chat Has a Place in Every Banking App - American Banker BankThink (Simon Zhen) - "Mobile chat, which is essentially text messaging with a bank associate, is less formal than an email and less time-consuming than a phone call."
  • Tune In to TMG’s New Podcast: The Future of Payments - TMG Blog - "As new competitors and new technology permeate the payments industry, financial institutions (FIs) must look for solutions to keep their brands relevant and attractive to consumers."

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July 30, 2013

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July 25, 2013

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July 23, 2013

Lemon Launches Lemon Network to Ease Mobile Payments

Lemon logo 140x60pxMobile wallet provider Lemon has announced the launch of Lemon Network, an enhancement to the Lemon Wallet app that will allow consumers to make purchases from merchants with the Lemon Network without having to re-enter their card information each time. Lemon Network is offered to merchants as a free software development kit (SDK).

"We see the Lemon Network as a true step forward in the mobile payment space,” said Lemon Chief Sales Officer Jenna Wyer.

“Consumers will quickly see the benefit of using the Lemon Network for mobile shopping as well as web shopping. They can update their credit card information in one place—the Lemon Wallet—so any card being used via the Lemon Network to make purchases is always an updated card, not expired. Plus, the individual merchants are not storing consumers’ cards, Lemon is. This means consumer transactional identity is being stored in just one location, not on multiple merchant apps, making mobile and web shopping safer and simpler.”

In addition to credit cards, users can also store merchant rewards cards, identification and insurance cards in the Lemon Wallet. The Lemon Network SDK is now available for merchant download. For more information, visit http://lemon.com/network/.

July 22, 2013

ICICI Bank and Movida partner on mobile payments service in India

Movida 140pxMovida, the mobile payments joint venture between Visa Inc. and Monitise, has announced a deal with ICICI Bank, India’s largest private sector bank, to utilize Movida’s mobile payments service for the Bank’s customers. The service will enable ICICI Bank payment card holders to pay bills, recharge prepaid airtime and buy cinema tickets from their mobile phone, anywhere, anytime. It will be possible to access Movida either through a menu-based USSD mobile technology, or an Interactive Voice Response (IVR) in multiple languages. The service is designed to operate across all mobile networks using any payment card – Visa and non-Visa.

Rajiv Sabharwal, Executive Director, ICICI Bank, said: “This tie-up with Movida provides an added facility in an array of mobile payment options that ICICI Bank offers to its customers. We have seen a high level of demand from consumers to use their mobile phones for financial transactions. We are constantly innovating to meet this demand and empower our customers with solutions that offer greater choice and more convenience. This service by Movida will ensure they can get immediate access to a secure and simple solution that can be utilized even without an active internet connection.”

Naushad Contractor, Movida’s President and Head of the Visa-Monitise joint venture in India, stated: “A growing population of more than 1.2 billion coupled with widespread access to a mobile phone, make a strong case for a vast mobile payments opportunity. Mobile payments users spend significantly less time and energy paying their bills, recharging their phones or those of family or friends, or waiting in line to buy tickets to the next blockbuster, because they are able to do it on the go and around the clock. The mobile payment services which will succeed in India are simple, interoperable solutions that solve a real consumer need and can apply to any handset, without the need for a technology upgrade or a new purchase. They must be highly secure, reliable and provided by trusted partners. These are the premises of the Movida solution, and we are delighted to be working with ICICI Bank to provide this service to its customers.”

Cardholders will be able to make payments through Movida’s secured connection after linking their payment card to their mobile phone number registered with ICICI Bank. Their card account information will be kept secure by a unique PIN number.

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July 16, 2013

Mobile Payments Are Taking Off - On a Long Runway

PaymentsViews logo 140pxOver on our PaymentsViews.com blog, Glenbrook's George Peabody takes a look at mobile payments - vamping off a recent Reuters blog post by Felix Simon. Noting that it is less about payment and more about commerce, he lists four key elements he thinks are required to really bring mobile commerce to life.

July 15, 2013

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Preparing for a Post-Card World: Fortifying Brands in a Cardless Society

Pitney Bowes has published a new white paper titled "Fortifying Brands in a Cardless Society" that is says is intended to "help credit card brands keep their business relevant in a cardless society." The report is subtitled: "5 key ways card issuers can maintain their edge in a world without plastic."

“This is a seismic shift in the payments industry,” said Berk Charlton, Global Software Portfolio Director, Pitney Bowes. “Brands that establish an early presence with applications that touch a large number of consumers will have a significant competitive advantage in digital commerce over the next decade.”

The report notes: "In the end, issuers are selling credit and payment convenience, not cards..."

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