Fees are the No. 1 reason why consumers change FIs, and ATM fees are especially despised. Here are two ways to cut ATM fees and encourage consumer stickiness.
Nearly two-thirds of American consumers say they would use a service that sends them an email or text when suspicious activity occurs on their payment card.
Manual testing can only take an ATM operator so far. A recent webinar demonstrated how much further one can go with an automated solution.
All those customers doing very little at ATMs besides getting cash are a wasted opportunity — and it's long past time to do something about it.
A technical infrastructure manager describes how end-to-end transaction monitoring helped his team pinpoint network issues that were costing the company money.
An April 9 webinar developed for an Australia-APAC audience will examine the effects of ATM testing on the end-user experience.
A March 31 webinar will explain how one payment processor used end-to-end transaction visibility to extract greater returns from its network.
Crooks have been using a surprisingly low tech tactic to worm their way around Apple Pay's tokenization and biometric safeguards.
Robocoin's new (and free) software development kit gives ATM operators a 'margin-expanding opportunity,' CEO Jordan Kelley says.
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The Datablink 200 Mobile app allows credit and debit card providers to validate and confirm transactions instantly — before they are completed.
The project will allow consumers to enjoy safe, secure, and fast transactions across every touch point for their banking or purchases, NCR says.
The company will exit the Bitcoin ATM business in order to focus on implementation of Romit software, which enables ATMs, kiosks and human cashiers to send money around the globe
Following its terminal integration process update, the company says it can now accommodate testing for contact, contactless and dual-interface scenarios.
Through their court-appointed lead counsel, FIs are lambasting the proposed $19 million settlement agreed upon by MasterCard and Target.
Such a move would allow accountholders to deposit cash at any bank's deposit-taking machine and have it credited to their home bank account.
Co-op will purchase shares from FIS to become majority ownership of the payments solutions provider, which serves Canadian CUs, banks and ISOs.
PCI DSS 3.1 and supporting guidance will help organizations address vulnerabilities within the SSL protocol that put payment data at risk, the council says.
Fees for withdrawals, balance inquiries and declined ATM transactions are more likely to have increased than decreased in the past year, a bankrate.com study says.
The nation's new PayLink system facilitates switching and processing of transactions for local, regional and cross-border financial institutions.
The suit claims that the payment processors 'knew, or should have known, that the debt collectors were engaged in unlawful conduct.'
A government program that allows tax relief to business owners who offer fee-free ATMs appears to be working.
The team-up will allow ID Tech hardware, such as EMV card readers, to be more readily certified into the US marketplace.
The EMV Minimum Requirements Matrix provides a baseline for stakeholders to work from as they prepare for the US card fraud liability shift.
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ATMs on the CDS network can be upgraded for direct currency conversion without the need for additional hardware, the company said.