Multi-function Payment Cards
I am writing on behalf of a consulting firm that conducts expert interviews in support of industry-wide studies for many of the world's fortune 1000 companies. We are an authorized zintro partner.
For a current study , we are seeking experts who can share their opinion on the development of multi-function payments cards in the us. These are cards that support credit, debit, loyalty programs, nfc, buttons and others. We would like to talk to experts from banks issuing cards, as well, as from retailers.
Please note that we are not looking for any confidential information and are only interested in your personal point of view and shared learnings. Our practice is to keep your identity anonymous, as well as that of our client.
We are scheduling 45-60 minute discussions with experts, this/next week and we are happy to provide a compensation for each interview.
We would welcome any referrals to other relevant experts as well.
kolyo+17 Other Responses
Consumer Credit And Prepaid Debit Card Market
We are looking to get insights on the consumer credit and prepaid debit card market in australia with regard to the market, trends and best practices. The detailed questions are as follows:-
consumer credit and debit card market in australia
a) what are the b2c payments methods in australia?
B) consumer credit and debit card- market share, size and growth
c) what are the growth drivers and constraints in the mrket
d) which are the most widely used payment channel for credit and debit card
e) which are the offline channels- point of sale vs online channels
f) which are the key trends in the market?
G) credit and debit card fraud developments in australia
prepaid debit/credit card market in australia
a) prepaid cards market overview
b) what are the growth drivers and constraints?
C) what are the key trends in the market?
Loyalty card providers
a) market for co-branded cards in the airline travel & retail sector in australia
b) which are the top loyalty providers that can be partners with in the airline travel and retail sector?
a) which are the best practices with regard to centralised embossing and issuing?
B) which are the best practices with regard to outsourced embossing and issuing?
C) which are the best practices with regard to in-branch embossing and issuing?
D)which are the best practices with regard to customer self-service kiosks?
E) which are the major merchant acquirers and network schemes in australia?
F) value chain analysis for cards in general (from card designing, embossing, distribution etc)
we need detailed answers for the aforementioned questions. Please let us know as to what extent these questions can be answered.
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Unlike the costly and complex 'chip cards' the patent was granted for the new, disposable card (non-iso/iep) and its unique, impenetrable, decentralized security system which stops the global, identity-based theft and waste of the hundreds of billions of dollars each year. Who might have such interest?
If anybody has the needed expertise and connections to make this happen we can establish a mutual agreement.
1. Due to the global identity theft, u.S. Businesses lose over $50 billion/year.
2. Likewise, u.S. Governments lose $200 billion/year to over $300 billion/year.
3. My e-commerce patent has been issued to stop much of this theft and waste.
But incredibly and contrary to the american taxpayers' and consumers' belief (we the people who, at the end of the day, pay these criminals) there actually is nobody in the u.S. (not in congress, administration, cabinet departments or in the independent agencies and government corporations) with this much needed, overarching, national mandate and mission.
So, who can do what to help stop this financial-bleeding from the american public? Harold+8 Other Responses