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The payment services regulator published a paper seeking feedback on its proposals to combat the rise in APP fraud. Here’s what we think.
Banks must decide how to embrace the digital platform-based business model. Should you use an established platform, or build your own?
IAN or Interactive Advance Notice, a new development from Pay.UK, will improve direct debit by improving the dialogue between biller and payer
With the release of the new version of EPC rulebook, SEPA Request to Pay (RtP) now provides competition to the domestic Pay.UK scheme.
The decision to run the debate arises due to growing concerns about the overuse of Pay by Link approaches to power mobile bill payments.
Mobile payment fraud is a fast-growing problem—could consumer trust in Pay by Link put them at risk? What are the alternatives?
The Money Carer Foundation chooses to support vulnerable customers with Answer Pay and Request to PayNEWS PROVIDED BY Answer Pay Ltd 1st November 2021, 09:00 am GMTLEEDS, UK--FinTech company Answer Pay and The Money Carer Foundation have teamed up to launch Request to...
Request to Pay based services are empowering the financially vulnerable, allowing people to make safe mobile payments—anytime and anywhere
It’s official: Request to Pay is coming onstream!Answer Pay has been tracking the progress of Request to Pay adoption for over a year. And why wouldn’t we, as the first company to deliver a live end to end RtP integration and demo platform in the UK! This week,...
Request to Pay balances biller priorities with consumer and small business needs including the safeguarding of vulnerable customers.
In this article, we compare the two main services enabling secure payment requests – Request to Pay and Open Banking.
Request to Pay is set to change the landscape of bill payments, transacting requests for payment and settling bill payments on mobile.
How the industry adoption of Request to Pay is bad news for fraudsters and helping you avoid email and text scams.
Banks and payment service providers will benefit from the launch of the UK’s first certified repository enabling Request to Pay services.