It’s yet another black day for mobile wallets. Visa unveiled a new service today called Visa Checkout that lets users conduct e-commerce transactions. The service essentially replaces V.me, Visa’s mobile wallet product, and can be seen as a pullback from mobile payments at the point of sale into the simpler e-commerce and m-commerce space. The www.v.me URL now forwards to Visa Checkout.
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More than 50 credit unions offer the V.me digital wallet from Visa. Navy Federal Credit Union, the nation’s largest credit union, became the latest to offer V.me to its members, it was reported by Credit Union Times last week. Navy Federal is based in Vienna, Va., and has 4.4 millionRead More
PayPal enjoys a wide lead in awareness and, most importantly, usage vs. other mobile payments providers, according to Business Insider Intelligence. That includes leads over MasterCard’s PayPass Wallet and V.me. Of those consumers queried about their mobile payments practices, BI Intelligence found that about 48% used PayPal, far andRead More
As part of its announcement that the Nationwide Building Society, the largest building society in the United Kingdom, will offer the V.me digital, Visa revealed that it intends to have a third of all Europeans using V.me by 2020. Mariano Dima, chief marketing officer for Visa Europe, said in a statementRead More
Visa’s V.me is making market inroads. Visa disclosed yesterday that its online payment checkout solution has: 31 merchant sites live and an additional 132 merchants signed up through Feb. 5; 63 issuers signed up to participate; and 12 of the top 25 U.S. banks and 51 U.S. regional banks. MostRead More
Visa says its V.me digital payments initiative continues to advance. How exactly that is the case is something of a mystery.