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In-Store Mobile Payments Forecasted to Reach $54 Billion by 2019, Online Mobile Payment Volume Will be Three Times Larger

Javelin estimates that the mobile payment volume for in-store purchases in the U.S. will grow more than tenfold, from $4 billion in 2014 to $54 billion in 2019. However, its mCommerce transactions, those made online either via mobile web browsers or apps, that dominate consumer mobile payments in the U.S. today, representing 95 percent of

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Study Finds Significant In-App Theft and Click Fraud in the Mobile Channel

Examining millions of in-app transactions and billions of in-app clicks over the first five months of the year, a recent study from Apsalar estimated an in-app transaction fraud rate of nearly 7.5 for virtual goods and an in-app click fraud rate of more than 2.5 globally, meaning for every legitimate click or transaction there were

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Apple Pay Launches in the United Kingdom with 8 Banks and 250,000 Merchant Locations On Board

On July 14th, about nine months after its release in the United States, Apple Pay became available in a second market, the United Kingdom. At the time of launch about 70 percent of all UK-issued credit and debit cards could be used with Apple Pay, and with a higher penetration rate of NFC payment terminals

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American Express Leverages Cardholder Online Login Information for Faster Online and Mobile Purchases with Amex Express Checkout

Following Visa Checkout and MasterPass, American Express launched their new Amex Express Checkout service in July, but doesn’t want it to be labeled a wallet. Cardholders that login to view or pay statements online can use the same user ID and password to submit payments online via PCs, mobile web browsers and mobile apps, and

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Facebooks Leads the Way, But Many Social Media Platforms DriveTraffic and Sales

The top 500 online retailers in terms of site traffic from social media earned $3.3 billion in revenue from social shopping in 2014 while a popular eCommerce platform shows that many of its small and medium merchant clients are increasing site visits and volume through multiple social media apps and sites as well. If you

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Growing Mobile Traffic Underscores Importance of Mobile Friendly Sites and Apps

According to data from comScore, 13 percent of U.S. Internet users that visited retailers online did so only using mobile devices, including both mobile web and mobile apps. Meanwhile nine out of the ten largest online retailers in North America are seeing at least one-third of their digital traffic in the mobile channel, and at

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Two More Social Sites Add Buy Buttons to their Platform

Social sharing sites Pinterest and Instagram each announced new features to reduce friction and convert more users into customers by adding buy buttons and other calls-to-action directly within advertisements or posted content on their respective mobile apps. Rather than follow links to start checkout directly on a merchant’s site, users will be able to make

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The Mobile Payments & Fraud Survey: 2015 Report is Available Now

The Fraud Practice, Kount and CardNotPresent.com have once again teamed up to bring you the third annual Mobile Payments & Fraud Survey. The 2015 Survey Report is now available and David Montague, Founder of The Fraud Practice, will discuss key findings along with Rich Stuppy, COO of Kount, and Steve Casco, CEO of CardNotPresent.com, during

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Over 44 Percent of Online Payments in the UK are Made via Mobile

According to data from Adyen based on client transaction data, more than 27 percent of online payments made in the first quarter of 2015 were made using a mobile phone or tablet. The United States is slightly below the global average in terms of the share of online payments made from a mobile device while

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Early Warning Acquires Authentify and their Multi-Factor Authentication Technology

Early Warning, the cooperative owned by five of the largest U.S. banks that provides risk management services to financial institutions and payment companies, announced their plans to acquire mobile-based authentication provider Authentify on April 7th while terms of the acquisition were not disclosed. Authentify, which provides multi-factor authentication services primarily centered on mobile devices, was a natural fit

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