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Samsung Pay to Add Three New Countries, Online and In-App Payments, Location-Based Deals and More 

Samsung Electronics today announced Samsung Pay will add three new countries to the roadmap including Malaysia, Russia and Thailand, which will bring the convenience of the service to 10 countries by the end of 2016. 840 more words

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MasterCard Announces Facebook Messenger Bot for Purchases and Account Management

(Source: www.macrumors.com)

For MasterCard, the company is introducing two chatbots: MasterCard Bot for Banks and MasterCard Bot for Merchants. The distinction in the chatbots lies in their intended use on the consumer side of Facebook Messenger, where users will be able to chat with the bank bot to ask questions about their account, look at purchase history, monitor spending levels, receive assistance with financial literacy, and more. 562 more words


MasterCard users will soon be able to manage their accounts over Facebook Messenger

MasterCard account holders will soon be able to check on their accounts, track their spending, review past purchases and more right in Facebook Messenger. That’s right – MasterCard is the latest company to embrace Facebook’s chatbot platform as a new means of interacting with its customers in an automated, but A.I.-enhanced way. 235 more words


MasterCard Starting to Accept Selfies as Online Payment Verification

Matthew Hamory works as principal of KPMG, a leading United States consumer and retail strategy professional services firm. Both professionally and personally, Matthew Hamory is interested in the ways in which technology impacts shopping. 222 more words

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Visa Topped Wall Street Expectations Thanks to a Boost in This Market

Visa the world’s largest payments network operator, reported better-than-expected quarterly profit and revenue, boosted by the inclusion of Visa Europe’s results and as customers spent more using its network. 261 more words


Android Pay expands its reach via new partnerships with Visa and MasterCard

Google announced this morning two strategic partnerships with Visa and MasterCard aimed at expanding the reach of its mobile payments service, Android Pay. The company says that Android Pay users who are shopping online from their smartphones will soon be able to make payments on hundreds of thousands of new sites where either  393 more words