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Contactless Payments for ICBA Bancard Clients

Contactless is Fast, Easy, and Secure

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Now is the time to contact your processor about contactless payment and learn how to get started and plan ahead.

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Get the Facts on Contactless

At the June 2018 Visa Payments Forum, Visa reported that nearly 70 percent of all merchant terminals in the U.S. are now equipped with NFC (Near-Field Communication) setting the stage for contactless payments - the next phase of EMV. While many of these terminals have not yet been enabled, contactless payments will likely get a boost as first-gen EMV chip cards begin to expire and financial institutions strategically reissue plastics that feature chips embedded with NFC technology. These early adopters will be poised to shift volume from cash and competitors thereby driving top-of-wallet status. 

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Contactless FAQ

For community bankers who are considering offering a dual-interface card (contactless) in the near future, we answer some general questions. Visit the US Payments Forum, formerly the EMV Migration Forum, at, for more information including a whitepaper on Mobile and Contactless Payments Requirements and Interactions.

  • Q. What is a contactless card?

  • Q. How close does the card need to be when conducting the contactless transaction?

  • Q. Are contactless cards safe?

  • Q. If I want to make the switch to contactless plastics, what should my reissue strategy look like?

Tina's Take on Contactless

  • 2018: A Year of Fresh..

    Dec 21, 2018
    Tina Giorgio: In an e-book published last week by, “Fresh” is how I described payments in 2018. I can’t think of a time when we’ve seen as many innovations emerge in this industry than the past 11 months.
  • 3-2-1 We Have Contactless!

    Jul 30, 2018
    Tina Giorgio: Contactless transactions include everything from flashing your watch at the point-of-sale to paying for your groceries, via your refrigerator. As “smart” devices get even smarter and more prevalent, payment has become part of their foundational fabric.