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Your Money: Discover Offers No-Strings FICO Score

The Discover credit services company has set up a website that will supply credit score information even for consumers without a Discover card.

Geek deals roundup: Save on UHDTVs, video games, and more with Memorial Day sales

Vizio 50-inch 120Hz 4K UHDTV with a $200 Dell gift card for $549.99 Now that UHD Blu-rays are starting to come out at a decent pace, and major streaming services offer UHD streams, […]

Majority in Singapore will use smartphones to pay for goods

Eight in 10 Singaporeans will likely whip out their mobile phones instead of cash or credit cards to pay for goods and services in a physical store, finds Visa survey, which is released as Apple Pay support is extended to more banks in the country.

Express Cards Explains the Difference Between the RGB and CMYK Color Models and Which to Use

4 days agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

The Australia online automated print ordering service, Express Cards, has created an animated video where they do a fantastic job of explaining the difference between the RGB and CMYK color models. They also provide helpful advice on which to use for different situations. via reddit

Smart wallet shuns NFC in favor of in-house magnetic flux tech

4 days agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

From smart cards to smartphone-based payment services, we've seen plenty of high-tech digital wallets vying for the attention of tech-savvy consumers. The Spendwallet is the latest of the bunch, an all-in-one device that opts for anShow More Summary

Headline News from PaymentsNews.com - May 20, 2016

ON THE WEB Balance Due: Credit-Card Debt Nears $1 Trillion as Banks Push Plastic - Wall St. Journal - "Credit cards are one of the few business lines working for banks right now." A Service to Pay Off High-Interest Credit Cards, butShow More Summary

Your Money: A Service to Pay Off High-Interest Credit Cards, but a Bad Time to Start

The service, Tally, is starting its business at the same time that a similar lender, Lending Club, is in deep trouble with regulators and financiers.

Samsung Pay Adds Support for Loyalty Cards

Samsung today updated its Samsung Pay service in the U.S. to include merchant membership and loyalty cards. Samsung says Pay users can easily add loyalty cards to the app and use them during checkout to redeem rewards or discounts. Stored cards can be called up and scanned at the point of payment. Show More Summary

Send digital gift cards to military service members, Microsoft will match donations up to $25,000

Send a digital gift card to to deployed service members before May 21, Armed Forces Day, and Microsoft will match all donations up to $25,000. Microsoft has joined forces with the United Services Organization (USO) to say thank you during May, which is Military Appreciation Month. Select your favorite Military Appreciation gift card design, choose […]

This lawyer peddles his services to NYC's growing cyclist community

Forget business cards. At cycling events, Philip Castaldi hands out water bottles imprinted with his name and number. With a law practice built around bicycle accidents, the... To view the full story, click the title link.

Birch gets your credit card rewards in order

Credit card reward programs can be confusing, and each can be totally different from the next. So managing all your points and rewards can quickly become a headache. Enter Birch, a service that helps users manage their rewards programs and points across multiple credit cards and accounts. Show More Summary

Canada's 'Big Five' Banks Sign up to Apple Pay

Two major Canadian banks have signed up to Apple Pay, marking a significant expansion of the mobile payments service in the country (via The Financial Post). As of today, debit and major credit cards issued by RBC and CIBC will support...Show More Summary

Disgraceful Obama hires convicted felon to manage extremely important Veteran’s service

I am so not surprised by this. It figures. In Puerto Rico, the Department of Veterans Affairs has hired a felon who was convicted of using credit card data to

ANZ customer service is a contradiction in terms

I carry my wallet in the back pocket of my jeans. It gets sat on every day and the cards bend and eventually split. Occasionally I need to order a replacement credit card. I did so recently to replace my ANZ card, which was splitting apart.… This post was first published on Fitzroyalty. © Brian Ward.

This Week In Credit Card News: Data Breaches Happen In Minutes; Are Bank Branches Slowly Dying?

The Future of Banking: No Shoes, No Shirt, No Tellers A dramatic shift is underway in the banking industry. Banks are rethinking how they provide services to their everyday customers, which could result in the eventual demise of traditional branches and tellers, and find us banking from home, on the road [...]

How to cancel Netflix

Netflix not doing it for you anymore? Kick it to the digital curb and try something new! So, you're sick of "House of Cards" and "Orange is the New Black" and have taken refuge in the binge-watchable arms of another streaming service. Show More Summary

This is Big! Now Pay for International Uber Rides Using Paytm!

Indians going abroad for a very short period of time usually miss taking Uber and other cab services because of unavailability of international usage of credit cards, forex cards and cashless payments. This situation might not be true for very long now. Show More Summary

TTC buses with Presto begin service

Nineteen TTC buses with Presto card readers went into service on May 2, marking the start of Presto on buses in Toronto.

AP EXPLAINS: What is bitcoin? A look at the digital currency

NEW YORK (AP) — Bitcoin is a type of digital currency that allows people to buy goods and services and exchange money without involving banks, credit card issuers or other third parties. Bitcoin is a digital currency that is not tied...Show More Summary

This Ancient Laptop Is The Only Key To The Most Valuable Supercars On The Planet

4 weeks agoVehicles / Cars : Jalopnik

This is a Compaq LTE 5280 laptop from the early 1990s, running a bespoke CA card. In 2016, McLaren Automotive—one of the most high-tech car and technology companies on the planet—still uses it and its DOS-based software to service the remaining hundred McLaren F1s out there, each valued at $10 million or more. Read more...

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