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March 01, 2012

Fiserv To Combine Popmoney and ZashPay Under Popmoney P2P Brand

Fiserv logo 60pxhFiserv has announced that it will combine the Popmoney and ZashPay person-to-person (P2P) payment networks, and market the enhanced service as Popmoney.
“The combination of Popmoney and ZashPay will accelerate the momentum underway in bank-focused person-to-person payments,” said Sanjeev Dheer, division president, Fiserv. “Consumers strongly prefer the convenience of their banking relationship for conducting these types of transactions. The expanded network enhances the usability of the service and accelerates adoption among consumers and small businesses.”

All clients will be upgraded to the enhanced Popmoney product and network by mid-2012.

August 02, 2011

June 16, 2010

Fiserv Signs Over 100 FIs for ZashPay Person-to-Person Payments Service

FiservFiserv has announced that more than 100 financial institutions have already committed to offer its ZashPay person-to-person (P2P) payments service. Fiserv says that "banks and credit unions across the United States, ranging in size from small community institutions to top 50 banks, have signed up to offer the service, with continued interest and signings expected throughout the summer." READ MORE »

May 10, 2010

Fiserv Unveils ZashPay - P2P Payments via Online Banking

FiservFiserv has announced ZashPay, a new person-to-person payments service that "will allow consumers to tap into a community where they can quickly send or receive money using their existing online banking accounts. With ZashPay, consumers will be able to send money to anyone they know using only an e-mail address or mobile phone number. The payment will be deducted directly from the sender’s banking account and deposited directly into the recipient’s account in as little as one business day, utilizing the same secure processes as a typical online banking transaction." Fiserv has also launched a Facebook page for ZashPay. READ MORE »
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