U.S. Banks Are Late to Contactless Card Party
American banks, as well as retailers and consumers, would benefit from greater issuance of contactless cards, which are in much wider use abroad.
Making the Connection
In the long run, the future of mobile payments seems bright. But near-term obstacles must be cleared first.
Only 37% of Retailers Equipped for Chip Cards
The slow pace of implementing the EMV credit and debit card technology leaves merchants open to liability for fraudulent transactions.
New Chip Cards Have Security Flaw, Retailers Say
Merchants worry that the chip ‘n’ signature cards being distributed in the U.S. by banks and other issuers are less secure than chip 'n' pin.
Payments on the Go
New mobile technologies are changing the way consumers and companies pay for goods and services.
Finance Execs See Chip Cards as Anti-Fraud Boon
Vast majority say the soon-forthcoming cards will reduce point-of-sale fraud.