Ready or Not, U.S. Contactless Debit Card Issuance Takes Off
- Date:July 11, 2019
- Sarah Grotta
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Several issuers have announced their intentions to issue dual interface cards, ushering in contactless transactions at the point-of sale for debit cardholders.
As cards issued during the migration to EMV chip cards are now being re-issued to accountholders, financial institutions are moving to contactless, even if the acceptance market isn’t quite ready.
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