Paylib, a PayPal-style online payment system set up last year by French banks, is extending its reach thanks to the addition of Crédit Agricole as a member and a deal with MasterCard that will let people use the service abroad.
Conferma, the experts in Virtual Card Number (VCN) technology for the corporate travel sector, today announced they have integrated the MasterCard In Control for Business Travel™ solution into Conferma’s global travel payment network.
Elan Financial Services, a leader in EFT services, processing more than 4 billion transactions annually, announced today that it has signed an agreement with MasterCard® to adopt their U.S. common Debit Application Identifier (AID) specification for the MoneyPass® Network.
NAFCU Services Corporation announced today that MasterCard has become the newest Preferred Partner to join the program serving the credit union community.
MasterCard says a forthcoming wholesale upgrade of the 3DSecure protocol for authenticating online transactions will pave the way for the introduction of more secure biometric and token-based prompts and the ultimate eradication of static passwords.
MasterPass, MasterCard’s global digital payments platform, is off to a strong start in Singapore, with all three leading local banks, DBS, OCBC and most recently, UOB, inking partnerships with MasterCard to offer MasterPass.
Mozido, a provider of financial and marketing services to mobile phone users, today announced it has signed a global commercial agreement with MasterCard® (MA).
MasterCard and United Bank for Africa (UBA) have completed a multi-country licensing project that will see the pan-African bank accept and issue MasterCard prepaid, debit and credit cards in 14 countries across sub-Saharan Africa.
MasterCard (NYSE:MA) today announced it has entered into an agreement to acquire the Payment Gateway Services business of Transaction Network Services (TNS). The business will join DataCash in expanding MasterCard's global payment gateway solutions.
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