The Safest Ways to Pay for Online Merchandise

Most people choose online payments over conventional payments. With online trade on the rise, we take a look at some of the safest online payment methods. In the early days of e-commerce, or online payments, there were a lot of worries among people using these services. Fraudulent transactions, identity thefts, were the most serious worries.

Wirecard Payment Services Now Available for All Sky Subscriptions

Wirecard is now also handling all processing of online credit card and PayPal payments for Sky subscriptions. With a current figure of around 4.3 million subscribers, Sky Deutschland is the largest pay TV provider in the German-speaking region. The Wirecard Bank will be providing credit card acceptance. Wirecard has been responsible for processing the payments

Twin Peaks Restaurant Chain Taps MyCheck Mobile Payment Technology Platform for Its First Branded Mobile Payment App

Twin Peaks, the ultimate sports lodge known for its made-from-scratch kitchen, rugged atmosphere, and ultimate sports viewing experience, announced it is partnering with MyCheck, a leading mobile payment technology platform, to provide new avenues for customer engagement via its own branded mobile payment app. The new Twin Peaks mobile app will allow customers to view,

Bigcommerce and PayPal Collaborate to Introduce Seamless Payment Processing for Small and Mid-sized Retailers

At PayPal’s Commerce: Rewired event, Bigcommerce announced it has teamed up with Braintree and PayPal to offer an end-to-end ecommerce solution that makes it even easier to launch and grow an online store. As part of the collaboration, Bigcommerce merchants will also get access to PayPal’s One Touch for web and mobile, enabling shoppers to

Tillster Enters into a Strategic Agreement with PayPal to Streamline In-store Mobile Payments

Tillster, Inc., the leading provider of digital ordering and engagement products and services for the restaurant industry has announced that it entered into a strategic agreement with PayPal to offer the payment option in Tillster’s branded mobile applications and leverage PayPal as a funding option across Tillster’s branded and owned assets. The wide-scale implementation provides

eBay Adds Two Independent Directors in Preparation For eBay and PayPal Separation

eBay Inc. announced the appointment of two new independent directors in anticipation of completing its previously announced separation of eBay and PayPal. Tony Bates, President of GoPro, and Gail McGovern, President and CEO of the American Red Cross, have been appointed to eBay Inc.’s board of directors. “The appointments of Tony and Gail to the

eBay & PayPal to Become Independent Companies in 2015

eBay Inc. said its Board of Directors, following a strategic review of the company’s growth strategies and structure, has approved a plan to separate the company’s eBay and PayPal businesses into independent publicly traded companies in 2015, subject to customary conditions. Creating two standalone businesses best positions eBay and PayPal to capitalize on their respective

BitPay and PayPal Announce Bitcoin Integration

BitPay, the global leader in bitcoin payment acceptance, announces a relationship with PayPal to further expand the adoption of bitcoin. The first joint project is an integration with PayPal’s Payments Hub, which is PayPal’s alternative payment platform for digital goods. The integration with PayPal’s Payments Hub is now completed and ready for merchants in North

Verve Cards to be Accepted on PayPal

Plans are being concluded to add Verve cards to the accepted cards for integration on PayPal, according to Chuma Ezirim, head of e-business at FirstBank Nigeria. According to Ezirim, PayPal cannot afford to leave out Verve cardholders in Nigeria. “Verve cards will soon be added – 18 million issued, 13 million are active and integration

FirstBank Confirmed as PayPal’s Official Partner in Nigeria

Nigeria’s oldest commercial bank, FirstBank Nigeria, has been announced the official partner of PayPal in Nigeria. HumanIPO reported last month PayPal had become available in ten new markets, with Nigeria and Zimbabwe added to the platform to take the number of markets it operates in to 203, and Efi Dahan, PayPal’s regional director of Sub-Saharan