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Lead Story

Fed looks to online real-time payments, eventually

Patti Murphy
ProScribes Inc.


Industry Update

Who's to blame for Apple Pay fraud?

Lack of EMV readiness continues, EMVCo steps up

Mobile World Congress 2015 extols innovation, inclusion

Visa Checkout used by 3 billion, plans worldwide expansion

Technology experts weigh in on future of POS


EMV 101 for merchants

Every second counts

What's trending in payments?


The bygone era of clicks

Dale S. Laszig
DSL Direct LLC

Embedding generosity in the fabric of payments

Thom Aldredge
World Gift Card

EMV implementation details urgently needed

Ken Musante
Eureka Payments LLC


Street SmartsSM:
Goodbye until hello

Tom Waters and Ben Abel
Bank Associates Merchant Services

Use big-data resources to better serve, retain merchants

Billy Hubbard

Mobile payments: Enabling merchants for today, preparing them for tomorrow

Michael Gavin

Company Profile

Signature Card Services

New Products

PCI-validated, comprehensive security package

SecurePCI Validated P2PE

Two-sided mobile solution for buyers, sellers

InvisiCorp., Inc.


A different sort of snow job


Readers Speak

Resource Guide


A Bigger Thing

The Green Sheet Online Edition

March 23, 2015  •  Issue 15:03:02

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New Products

Two-sided mobile solution for buyers, sellers

Product: InvisiPay

InvisiCorp Inc. is touting a new mobile payment solution that enables users to both make and accept payments. InvisiPay, a secure mobile payment platform, delivers a consistent user experience to merchants and customers while protecting consumer identity and cardholder data, InvisiCorp reported. The company added that its mobile website with quick response code reader supports all web-enabled mobile devices. A separate iOS app is also available.

Pay with InvisiPay

InvisiCorp pointed out that the service is free to consumers, who can select preferred payment methods during a one-step registration and identity authentication process. Once approved, consumers can pay with their iPhones at participating merchant locations while maintaining the highest levels of privacy. Consumers using their mobile devices can scan the InvisiCode on a restaurant bill and enter a PIN to check out, split a tab or add a tip. They can also select coupons, discounts, redeem rewards, and scroll through their payment history, the company added.

Instant purchases can be made inside of print ads, smart posters, digital signage, e-commerce shopping carts and infomercials by scanning InvisiCodes and then entering a PIN. The order will be placed and paid for in seconds, according to InvisiCorp. InvisiPay customers can also make bill payments with a single entry on their smart phones, using an InvisiCode imprinted on the bill or included in an email.

Accept payments with InvisiPay

InvisiPay's marketing network and loyalty features are designed to help small and midsized merchants extend their reach by automatically reminding nearby customers to patronize their establishments. Merchants can accept payments from anywhere without using special equipment by setting up a merchant account. InvisiPay can also be seamlessly integrated into POS solutions, InvisiCorp noted.

Magid Mina, founder and Chief Executive Officer of InvisiCorp, sees global adoption of mobile payments as an opportunity to solve problems that have existed in legacy payments schemes. "InvisiPay is a mobile payment platform that solves the speed, security, and universal usability problems inherent in virtually every payment method," he said.

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