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Passbook

1. A ledger or book on which a depositor at a bank records all transactions in one's account, such as deposits, withdrawals, and interest payments. It is also called a bankbook.

2. A ledger or book on which a company records the credit sales it makes to customers.
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While various sources suggest that Apple Pay is preparing for an international service rollout in 2015, the mobile payments environment outside North America, and in particularly in Europe, is considerably different from that in the US, in particular in terms of interchange and NFC acceptance.
Don't look at Apple Pay as a way to make money; look at it as a way to avoid losing money, he advised.
Apple Pay works with iPhone 6, iPhone 6 plus or Apple Watch in stores accepting contactless payments.
Apple Pay allows owners of iPhone 6, iPhone 6 plus and Apple watches to pay for goods and services by touching their device on a contactless payment pad.
iPhone 6 customers will need an adequate number of hardware-enabled merchants on board to get them excited about dumping their plastics for Apple Pay.
With Apple Pay, our customers will now have the option to make purchases both securely and conveniently in stores and within apps with the latest iPhones and iPads.
0: The Battle for Tokenization' provides a deep dive into how network tokenization operates, starting with the EMVCo specification and a review of the Apple Pay implementation.
More than 150 credit unions now use Apple Pay in the United States, and Apple Pay will launch in the United Kingdom next month, where it will support more than 70% of the debit and credit cards there, Bailey said.
Samsung has acquired wallet service LoopPay, in a bid to rival other mobile payment technologies like Apple Pay.
Apple Pay is intended to provide Columbia Bank's customers with the ability to conveniently make purchases in a single touch while maintaining security and privacy.
We've spoken to all of the top 100 merchants in the US, and about half will accept Apple Pay this year, with many more the following year," a company spokesperson recently told Reuters.
it&utm_medium=twitter) Apple Insider , in the previous week, the Cupertino company increased the support for Apple Pay by adding several financial institutions, namely L&N Federal Credit Union, UW Credit Union, M&T Bank, Fremont Bank and the National Institutes of Health Federal Credit Union.