MasterCard: PayPass MasterCard began testing for its new feature, MasterCard PayPass in 2003 and now it is a commonly used feature for consumers who prefer
Jameson Watermulder is executive chef of Summerhill Market and oversees an 80-member kitchen brigade. Here he shows off a turkey pot pie. Photo Credit: RICK
Article Source www.vancouversun.com VANCOUVER — When Vancouver Sun reporter and daddy blogger Chad Skelton visited the coed bathroom in a restaurant on Granville Island recently,
The work-from-home trend has created a unique opportunity for virtual cards to become common practice in businesses today. Virtual cards not only offer a range
Consumer groups and banks are pushing the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) for better oversight on Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) services as the terms
Over two weeks ago, the European Union decided to ban seven Russian financial institutions from the Society for Worldwide Interbank Financial Telecommunications (SWIFT) messaging system.
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According to research conducted by Payments Canada, both consumers and businesses have become increasingly more aware of payment fraud since the beginning of the pandemic.
October 18, 2021, British Columbia first announced its proposal to update the province’s privacy legislation, Bill 22 – British Columbia’s Freedom of Information and Protection
British Columbians are working to build healthy communities by supporting the Shop Local initiative across the province. Partnered with the federal government, the BC Chamber
Every customer wants a seamless shopping experience, and flexible payment options can help a business provider just that. Now, among Canadian shoppers, credit and debit cards
Until recently, where you lived was where you worked. Over the past few years we’ve experienced a dramatic shift. Now it’s possible for employees to