Starbucks expands eligible payment methods for rewards and other digital transactions Brief 7/21/20 – Digital Transactions

  • king of coffee Starbucks Corp. announced new options starting this fall to earn loyalty points, or stars, in the Starbucks Rewards program without paying with a registered Starbucks physical card or a card loaded into the Starbucks mobile app. Options that will be available at company-owned stores in the United States and Canada will include cash and earn the program member one star per dollar spent, up from two stars per dollar spent when using a registered card. .
  • Healthcare Payments Specialist Patientco Management Inc. announced an agreement to provide billing and payment services to patients of BJC HealthCare, a large not-for-profit healthcare organization.
  • About two-thirds of U.S. consumers prefer to pay single bills through websites or mobile apps, according to a survey whose results were announced Tuesday in the ACI Speedpay Pulse ACI Worldwide report. The survey polled more than 3,000 consumers in March and April as the Covid-19 pandemic spread across the country.
  • ATM manufacturer Diebold Nixdorf Inc. issued an alert over so-called jackpot attacks on its ProCash 2050ex ATMs in several European countries that caused the machines to dispense cash on demand.
  • payment service provider CardX announced Lightbox, an option that allows merchants to surcharge online payments.
  • Travel and navigation app GasBuddy said its Pay with GasBuddy payment program has surpassed $500 million in fuel transactions since its introduction in August 2017.
  • Point of sale said it now offers an integrated online ordering service with its point-of-sale product.
  • Payments Industry Veteran OB Rawls became a strategic advisor at payment technology provider Boom Commerce. Rawls retired in June after serving as Managing Director of the Global Payments Processing Unit at Paysafe Group.

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