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Payments

By Chris Dawson March 29, 2019 - 11:16 am

Joined up online and offline payments for Mister Spex

Berlin based online optician, Mister Spex, has selected the Computop’s highly secure POS terminals for the processing of all card payments across its national network of German stores. The CCV Pad card terminal from Computop is one of a new generation of POS solutions that

Square launches Square Invoices app in the UK

There is a new Square Invoices app offering sellers a self-serve tool for creating, managing, and sending invoices from anywhere. You can send quotes, request deposits, issue recurring invoices and automated reminders, with Square Invoices which aims to adds all the functionality small businesses need

Seller own merchant payment accounts on eBay to be banned

eBay have started to block sellers from using their own merchant payment accounts on eBay to accept direct payments via credit and debit card. Sellers who use their own merchant payment accounts on eBay are receiving emails from eBay advising that soon they won't be

‘The global demand for British goods remains high:’ PayPal director

"The global demand for British goods remains high," is how a PayPal director summarises the state of affairs following the Brexit vote. Speaking to Tamebay, Nicola Longfield, director of small business at PayPal UK, takes a positive stance on the post-Brexit environment. When asked how the payments supplier

‘We want to be part of Chinese payment capabilities, says PayPal’s CEO

"We want to be a part" of Chinese payment capabilities, is how PayPal's CEO describes the vision of the payments provider in terms of future cross-border collaboration. "China developed a very robust set of digital payment capabilities," is what Dan Schulman, CEO of PayPal finds attractive

Metro Bank hit by text message banking fraud

Reports broke yesterday that a relatively small number of customers of the UK's Metro Bank have been hit by text message banking fraud. The Metro Bank aren't the only ones to be hit, but appear to the the first to go public. It appears that hackers

Alibaba offers pay later solution for the US sellers buying merchandise

Alibaba have announced the launch of pay later solution for the US sellers buying merchandise on the marketplace. The new financial service, which is powered by Kabbage, a payments supplier is designed to promote a business-to-business (B2B) global trade and attract more US merchants to join the

Moneycorp introduces cross-border payment service for online merchants

Moneycorp, international payments provider have announced today a launch of cross-border payment service for online sellers. The new cross-border payment service is designed to offer merchants free online payment operations available in GBP and EUR including sending or receiving funds via a Euro-focused borderless bank account.

ECB launches TARGET Instant Payment Settlement to compete with PayPal

The European Central Bank (ECB) has launched an instant Euro payment system designed to compete with the likes of PayPal. TARGET Instant Payment Settlement (TIPS) is a new component of the Eurosystem’s TARGET Services and aims to enable banks to offer fund transfers in real