American Express will issue corporate cards with EMV microchips starting in the first half of this year.
One in 5 Americans report being victimized by debit-card fraud in the last five years.
British researchers claim that fraudsters can penetrate EMV chip cards through certain ATMs and payment terminals.
AAA is outfitting its co-branded credit cards with EMV chip technology that’s widely used abroad.
Fifth Third Bank plans to issue chip cards, while Discover helps its cardholders use Google Wallet.
Bank of America said it will add EMV chip technology to many of its consumer credit cards.
American Express finally gets on board with pushing the adoption of EMV-enabled chip credit cards stateside.
Chase takes aim at international travelers by adding EMV chip technology to yet another travel rewards credit card. The Hyatt Credit Card, which comes with a $75 annual fee, has a traditional magnetic strip to accommodate merchants in the United States but also includes an embedded and encrypted microchip for merchants in the more than
It won’t be long before a chip credit card finds its way into your wallet. Visa said Monday that issuers handed out an estimated 1 million EMV-enabled Visa cards as of the end of last year. That’s up from virtually zero a year and a half ago, according to the global payments technology company. (The
MasterCard is putting more weight behind its push to bring EMV debit and credit cards to the U.S. The credit card company said Monday it’s offering U.S. retailers and ATM owners a road map to make their point-of-sale terminals and cash machines EMV-friendly by April 2013. The company was vague on details, but it did