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EFTPOS

electronic funds transfer at point of sale

EFTPOS

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This new capability will enhance competition in the Australian mobile payments market and help Eftpos meet the growing needs of this rapidly changing area of payments technology.
A centralised switch, the eftpos Hub, provides Australian industry with a real time payments processing platform with the capability of adopting new products and services.
Certainly, as more people grow up familiar with EFTPoS, the use of cash will decline relatively.
A registered nurse who used a patient's Eftpos card without his authority, has been found guilty of professional misconduct and had her name removed form the register for two years.
AX) (OTC: ANZBY) has announced its plans to introduce contactless technology to its EFTPOS terminals across Australia and New Zealand to improve the service and security for UnionPay International's five billion worldwide cardholders.
5 million ATM, EFTPOS, debit and credit card transactions predicted to be processed through NAB s systems.
Campbell was given the use of a patient's eftpos card to make purchases for her.
After discussions with the operator yesterday, I'm pleased to announce that a new EFTPOS facility for the ticket office is on its way and I'm hopeful it will be in place for passengers during the upcoming peak demand period this summer.
The solution works when paired with the bank's Eftpos terminals.
She obtained a client's eftpos card from the locked patients' valuables safe and withdrew $500 for her own use from her client's account without authorisation.
eftpos is Australia's most popular debit card system by transaction volume; it is owned by a consortium of 13 Australian and New Zealand banks and card issuers, plus two retailers, Coles Group Limited and Woolworths Limited.
For the first time, the report compares giving by different payment types, revealing that donations by EFTPOS or credit cards (90 per cent of all payments) far outweighs BPAY and direct debit (10 per cent of all payments).