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Monday, 22 November 2021 09:04

How ICause is changing the way Aussies donate

NOT FOR PROFIT: The pandemic has disrupted donation drives and crowdfunding initiatives, preventing schools, churches, community groups, and charities from receiving beneficiary aid.

Published in Not For Profit

Global payments firm VISA has launched Click to Pay in Australia, what it describes as "a simpler and more secure online checkout experience".

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Sydney public transport commuters using their credit card or mobile device to ‘tap on and off’ Opal enabled train, light rail, Sydney Metro and ferry services are set to receive the same Opal travel benefits as they would using their adult Opal card.

Published in Market

Commuters in Sydney will now be able to use their credit cards or mobile phones to tap on and off on metro train services, instead of using their Opal cards, after the contactless payments trial run by Transport for NSW and the Commonwealth Bank, Cubic and Mastercard was extended.

Published in Enterprise Solutions

Samsung’s mobile payment solution, Samsung Pay, has launched in Australia with American Express and Citibank.

Published in Mobility

CommBank has added Amex to its Android app and more, the day after Amex cards issued by Amex went live on Apple Pay in Australia.

Published in Home Tech

If you’re in Australia, and you have a compatible iPhone or Apple Watch, and you’re an AMEX customer, Apple Pay is coming before year’s end.

Published in Home Tech

Spruik something about your business to promote and sell your products and services and it could win you anywhere between $1,000 and $25,000 to boost your coffers for another round of promotion.

Published in Accounting Software
Wednesday, 09 October 2013 18:11

Amex plugs in to TripAdvisor

New integration between American Express and TripAdvisor provides cardholders with rewards and assures other TripAdvisor users that reviews were written by people who have actually done business with the establishment.

Published in Entertainment

Major credit card companies have bowed to US government pressure to block payments to Wikileaks, but they are perfectly happy to accept donations to the modern incarnation of the Ku Klux Klan.

Published in Technology Regulation




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