FinTech ANNA Money partners with TrueLayer for instant QR code payments

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ANNA users will have a new option to use instantaneous quick response codes for mobile payments. ANNA Money users will now have the option to choose the use of instant QR codes to make payments through a new partnership between the FinTech and TrueLayer. Using the quick response codes would eliminate the requirement for terminals and payment cards. ANNA is a provider of financial administration, business accounts and debit cards for customers such as small businesses and freelancers. Using an instant QR code makes it possible to eliminate some of…

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7-Eleven mobile payments project launches cashierless store

7-Eleven mobile payments - 7-Eleven Store

The shop, located at its headquarters in Irving, Texas, has opened its doors in pilot mode. A unique 7-Eleven mobile payments project has led to the opening of the brand’s first ever cashierless store. The shop, located at the headquarters, is already operational and is open to company employees. So far, the 7-Eleven mobile payments project is in a pilot phase of testing. The first cashierless store is in Irving, Texas, at the 700 square foot headquarters store. Only company employees are able to shop at the location for the…

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Mobile payments confidence still isn’t there for most consumers

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The majority of shoppers haven’t yet formed the trust needed for regular mainstream m-pay use. Most consumers still have not reached the point that they have enough mobile payments confidence that they would be willing to use this type of transaction, particularly on a regular basis. Despite the convenience m-pay services have to offer, consumers don’t feel their information is safe. Shoppers acknowledge that m-pay methods are convenient, will save them time, and that innovation is important. That said, the mobile payments confidence simply isn’t there to make consumers to…

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Mobile order and pay adoption took off this year

Mobile order and pay - businessman using smartphone

A new analysis showed that consumers are increasingly using this opportunity to purchase in advance. The results of a new analysis showed that consumers are adopting mobile order and pay at an increasing rate. The data clearly showed that some forms of retail have become quite successful in its implementation. The research was conducted based on data from the Mercator Advisory Group. That firm published their findings in their report called “Mobile Payments: Making a Comeback.” The report looked at the adoption of mobile order and pay trends as a…

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Starbucks cashless store rolls out, pushing mobile payments further

Starbucks cashless store Mobile Marketing

The coffee chain has been among the top performers in American smartphone based transactions. A new Starbucks cashless store pilot is rolling out in the United States. The Seattle based café chain has chosen its home town to try out a new concept that rejects cash in favor of mobile payments and plastic card based transactions. The downtown Seattle store will accept only mobile payments, credit cards and debit cards. The Starbucks cashless store pilot has already generated some mixed reviews among customers. While some find that it is a…

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