debit cards

An attempt to make point-of-sale payment devices obsolete


MagicCube’s i-Accept is a hardware-free option for accepting card and electronic payments that could appeal to cost-conscious small businesses and open up a new market for banks that provide them payments services.


Week ahead: Amazon Prime Day, NCUA board meeting


Credit unions' credit and debit card portfolios could see a surge this week as the online retailer offers two days of deals, while the industry's regulator is set for a cybersecurity update.


The challenger banks reaching Gen Z


Fintechs like Greenlight and gohenry have drawn millions of teens with features like savings goal tracking and customizable debit cards.


Acting comptroller warns on masks; stimulus debit cards cause confusion


Brian Brooks says coronavirus mandates, such as masks, could potentially harm banks; some recipients of the Treasury prepaid cards don’t believe they are for real.


Walmart, Green Dot inching MoneyCard closer to banking look-alike


The reloadable debit card resembles a bank account with new high-yield savings account and other tweaks.


Why Samsung is following Apple, Google into consumer banking


In announcing its plan to offer a deposit account and debit card in partnership with SoFi, the mobile phone maker suggested that the coronavirus pandemic will accelerate consumers’ adoption of contactless payments.


Coronavirus deals blow to interchange income


Stay-at-home orders and business shutdowns have led to a sharp decline in consumer use of credit and debit cards.


Bank faces backlash on Tubman card; HSBC to cut costs, workers


Black-owned OneUnited is getting grief for its depiction of the abolitionist on a debit card; the bank plans $4.5 billion in cost cuts, with 35,000 jobs cut.


Now $500 million richer, Chime eyes acquisitions


The challenger bank might use the proceeds from its latest funding round to buy other fintechs that would allow it to add more products and services, its CEO said.


How financial institutions can support people with mental health issues


Yale researchers have recommended several consumer banking products and services that could help those with mental health challenges manage their money.