- SALES IN EMERGING MARKETS SEEM TO HAVE ARRIVED FOR VISA. // CardLine;2005, Vol. 5 Issue 40, pN.PAG
This article reports on the increased sales volume of Visa USA in emerging market segments during August 2005. Visa reported that bill payment volume was $7.6 billion, up 26.2 percent. Other improvements include business-to-business payments, payments of government services with a credit card,...
- Providian Now Sees Opening In Near-Prime. LEE, W.A. // American Banker;9/12/2003, Vol. 168 Issue 176, p1
San Francisco, California-based Providian Financial Corp., having steered its way through a grueling two years and become much smaller, is trying to show it can once again expand in a business unfriendly to companies that lack scale. Joseph Saunders, its chief executive, told analysts on...
- Visa Issues Big Hacking Fines. Lee, WA // American Banker;3/4/2003, Vol. 168 Issue 42, p19
Reports that credit card company Visa U.S.A. Inc. has imposed substantial penalties in a merchant processor fraud in February 2003. Number of card accounts exposed in the fraud; Other credit card companies whose cards have been exposed.
- Visa Stops Offering Holographic Stripes. Breitkopf, David // American Banker;3/15/2006, Vol. 171 Issue 50, p18
This article reports that Visa U.S.A. is no longer offering cards with holographic magnetic strips because it has had problems approving some transactions made with the cards. Joe Carberry, a spokesman, said that in rare cases the cards build up static electricity, making it difficult for...
- Visa finds great market potential. // Bank Marketing;Sep94, Vol. 26 Issue 9, p8
Reports on the redesign of the VISA Purchasing Card for business-to-business transactions of less than $5,000. Findings of the National Association of Purchasing Management survey; Sales volume for the second quarter of 1994 for VISA's corporate, business and purchasing cards.
- Flying Elvi bring VISA Las Vegas to town. Gerrie, Sharon // Las Vegas Business Press;09/14/98, Vol. 15 Issue 37, p7
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- Visa Says MasterCard's Fee Hike Forced Its Hand. Lee, W.A. // American Banker;6/18/2002, Vol. 167 Issue 116, p1
Focuses on an increase in interchange fees for credit card transactions by Visa USA Inc. in the U.S. Reason for the increase; Segments affected by Visa's fee changes; Hike in fees on its personal identification number-based debit systems by the company.
- Visa study clears cards in bankruptcy rise. Seiberg, Jaret // American Banker;6/10/1997, Vol. 162 Issue 110, p2
Reports that Visa USA will release a study showing that change in income and not increased use of credit cards, is the primary reason for the rise in personal bankruptcies in the United States. Other factors contributing to the rise in bankruptcy filings.
- Visa fields 2 new weapons in war against card fraud. Fickenscher, Lisa // American Banker;10/26/93, Vol. 158 Issue 205, p16
Reports on the intensification by Visa U.S.A. of its campaign against card fraud with the introduction of two initiatives. Organization of fraud committees in Los Angeles and San Francisco, California; Mission of the committees; Technological initiative; Distribution of Bank Identification...