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  2. Venmo - Wikipedia

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    Venmo is an American mobile payment service founded in 2009 and owned by PayPal since 2012. Venmo was aimed at friends and family who wish to split bills, e.g. for movies, dinner, rent, or event tickets. Account holders can transfer funds to others via a mobile phone app; both the sender and receiver must live in the United States.

  3. Amazon Pay - Wikipedia

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    Amazon Pay is an online payments processing service owned by Amazon.Launched in 2007, Amazon Pay uses the consumer base of Amazon.com and focuses on giving users the option to pay with their Amazon accounts on external merchant websites.

  4. Naver Pay - Wikipedia

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    Naver Pay was launched on June 25, 2015 with support for 14 banks and 3 credit card companies as well as 53,000 member stores. The service allows both mobile payment services through the app and online checkout for online shopping similar to PayPal .

  5. Google Pay - Wikipedia

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    Google Pay (stylized as G Pay; formerly Android Pay) is a digital wallet platform and online payment system developed by Google to power in-app, online, and in-person contactless purchases on mobile devices, enabling users to make payments with Android phones, tablets, or watches.

  6. Braintree (company) - Wikipedia

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    The concept of One Touch is based on a prior product called Venmo Touch, which was developed in conjunction with Venmo, the payment service Braintree bought in August 2012. Venmo Touch was the first one-touch mobile buying experience to hit the market.

  7. Zelle (payment service) - Wikipedia

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    The Venmo account can be linked to a bank account so that necessary funds will be automatically withdrawn from there. However, funds can only be withdrawn from a Venmo account by first transferring them to a bank account and then withdrawing the money from the bank account (a process that adds an extra step and involves some additional delay ...

  8. Samsung Pay - Wikipedia

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    Samsung Pay is a mobile payment and digital wallet service by Samsung Electronics that lets users make payments using compatible phones and other Samsung-produced devices. The service supports contactless payments using near-field communications (NFC), but also supports magnetic strip–only payment terminals by incorporating magnetic secure transmission.

  9. Google Pay Send - Wikipedia

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    Google Pay Send, previously known as Google Wallet, was a peer-to-peer payments service developed by Google before its merger into Google Pay. It allowed people to send and receive money from a mobile device or desktop computer. In 2018, Android Pay and Google Wallet were unified into a single pay system called Google Pay.