In support of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) directive mandating Card-on-File (COF) tokenization for merchants, Mastercard today announced that it has enabled two lakh online merchants of all sizes across the countries to use card-on-file tokenization. In line with Mastercard’s commitment to partner with government and regulators to enable a safe and secure digital payments ecosystem, the company has worked with over 45,000 merchants, 34 issuing banks, 10 acquiring banks and 30 token applicants. (including all major payment aggregators), as well as service providers to enable 90 million tokenized transactions for Mastercard cardholders since December 2021.
An American Airlnes lands near a JetBlue plane parked in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in July. (Photo by … [+] Joe Raedle) Getty Images American Airlines and JetBlue said they filed a motion to dismiss the Justice Department’s antitrust lawsuit against the Northeast Alliance. The petition was filed Monday morning in U.S. District Court in Boston. […]
FLINT, Mich. (AP) — A judge granted a seven-week extension Monday to file claims for a share of Flint’s $626 million lead-tainted water settlement. U.S. District Judge Judith Levy approved a request to extend the deadline from May 12 to June 30. “While it’s clear that everyone involved is working diligently to compile the information […]
COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — Two weeks after the principal of Pickerington High School North resigned following an investigation into a student sex offender, a lawsuit is blaming the offender’s parents. Principal Mark Ulbrich resigned in March after investigators determined he had failed to properly implement a safety plan to allow the offender to return to […]