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As EMV Spreads, Why Is the ATM Nearing 'Crisis' Levels of Fraud?
ATMs have long been a target of fraudsters hoping to steal a large amount of card data from unsuspecting consumers, and the problem looks like it can only get worse before it gets better.  more »
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MasterCard is betting that faster payments will appeal most to corporations and government agencies — not for collecting payments, but for disbursing them, particularly for insurance claims. more »
Plastc's card is built with a touchscreen and an EMV chip.
The multi-account card world is getting crowded, especially for a product segment that is viewed as a bridge between plastic and mobile, meaning any entrant to this market has a very short window of opportunity. more »
Southern Refreshments is updating its fleet of Georgia vending machines to include cashless options and mobile Near Field Communication (NFC) readers, a move that it hopes can boost spending. more »
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Walgreens' vision for creating a patient-centered pharmacy combines mobile health care, digital health technologies and its Balance Rewards prepaid and loyalty system. more »
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Cardtronics, an ATM services support firm, announced Wednesday a deal to provide ATMs at the Canadian locations of gas station convenience store chain Corner Store. more »
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Opening the door for banks to offer non-branded PIN debit cards and even mobile wallets, the Debit Network Alliance is developing its own application identifier for routing transactions from EMV-chip cards. more »
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Since fraud liability shifts to the least compliant party after the network-mandated EMV migration dates, it is critical that financial institutions migrate all channels, including ATMs. more »
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InComm, a provider of prepaid gift cards, is working with Credit Suisse Group AG and Deutsche Bank AG on a 2015 initial public offering or sale that may value it at as much as $3 billion, people with knowledge of the matter said. more »
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In theory, all parties benefit when consumers have their choice of payment options, but the deluge of new technologies has led issuers to respond in ways that could create lasting frustration for consumers and merchants. more »
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Everlink Payment Services Inc. of Markham, Ontario, has introduced a new anti-fraud service that allows Interac debit card users to activate and deactivate their accounts for security. more »
Tom Swidarski
Tom Swidarski, former Diebold CEO, has made a sizable investment in the bank technology equipment and services provider Bancsource, the company announced April 28. more »
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The fact that ATM fee hikes still cause controversy shows consumers still demand ATMs, even in an era when payments and other transactions seems to be moving to a mobile platform. more »