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True North Payments INC. is a Merchant Account Services and Payment Processing Solutions Provider to E-Commerce business owners. We specialize in E-Commerce or Card Not Present Credit Card Merchant Account Services, and Alternate Payment Services to merchants around the world. We empower business owners to accept payment by Visa, MasterCard, American Express, China Union Pay, and more in their storefronts, on the road, or via e-commerce on the internet. True North Payments INC. merchants enjoy fast settlements to their current bank accounts!
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Visa Inc. and Mastercard Inc. have voluntarily agreed to cut the fees they charge to retailers for credit transactions, the Canadian government said on Tuesday, adding it now sees no need to regulate fees set by credit card networks. The Canadian government said the deal, which sources last week confirmed was in the works, should[…]
TORONTO — MasterCard Canada plans to follow Visa’s lead and increase transaction fees for small merchants this summer, according to the Canadian Federation of Independent Business. The CFIB said Friday that the credit card company has disclosed that it plans a 20% increase in its assessment fee to 7.7 basis points on July 1. President[…]
Canadian retail organizations are urging Ottawa to create a stronger code of conduct for the credit card industry that would ensure merchants aren’t stuck with transaction costs when they accept Visa and MasterCard. The Canadian Federation of Independent Business said Tuesday that it is calling for new rules that give merchants more flexibility in what[…]
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MasterCard ‘readiness index’ has Canada ranked at #2 right behind Singapore. This makes sense and the link has a lot of other info and countries listed. Read more about it
New campaign tries to steal share from Visa’s grasp It has outlived the slogans of other global brands such as McDonald’s and Coca-Cola. Now, MasterCard’s 14-year-old “Priceless” positioning is serving as the springboard for yet another global marketing venture. MasterCard Canada last week unveiled “Priceless Toronto,” part of a worldwide initiative called “Priceless Cities” that[…]
Emily Steel / Wall Street Journal: Using Credit Cards to Target Web Ads — The two largest credit-card networks, Visa Inc. and MasterCard Inc. are pushing into a new business: The two largest credit-card networks, Visa Inc. and MasterCard Inc., are pushing into a new business: using what they know about people’s credit-card purchases for[…]
Great article from the Financial Post. Dan Kelly Oct 3, 2011 – 10:15 AM ET | Last Updated: Oct 3, 2011 10:17 AM ET Walk through an airport or watch your favourite televsion show and you’ll undoubtedly come across ads and offers for credit cards promising points toward a dream vacation, cash back or extra[…]
Credit card issuers target the big spenders GRANT ROBERTSON — BANKING REPORTER From Friday’s Globe and Mail Published Thursday, Mar. 17, 2011 7:24PM EDT Last updated Friday, Mar. 18, 2011 6:58AM EDT Canada is seeing a boom in premium credit cards as issuers battle for an exclusive brand of customer likely to keep on spending despite the[…]
A small business lobby unveiled a campaign Thursday to get Canadian consumers to use debit cards or cash as a protest against what merchants say are too-high credit card merchant fees. The Canadian Federation of Independent Business is giving its 108,000 member businesses signs to be placed at cash registers and tables across the country[…]