Apple reportedly in talks to launch a money-transfer service

Posted April 30, 2017

Most of those surveyed used the service sparingly.

Apple now offers some services through Apple Pay, but the idea of a peer-to-peer system that works not only with commercial establishments but also between users expands on that concept. The card could also be added to your Apple Pay wallet to pay for goods at stores and on websites. Consumers can also use Apple Pay accounts to pay for items within apps and on the web. In 2015, it held talks with banks about implementing a similar service but the plans fell through. "Chase's QuickPay service processed $28 billion in transfers last year, while Venmo registered $17.6 billion in volume and is still doubling year over year".

This alleged pre-paid card may run on Visa's debit network and be connected with the aforementioned peer-to-peer service.

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The service is likely to be announced later this year, but the report state s there is no confirmation on it yet. It'll have to face-off against heavyweights like Venmo, Paypal, and Square Cash, with its main advantage being the in-built convenience of having the service baked into iOS.

If the rumored program, which has seen several starts and pauses, ends up happening, it'll be a way for Apple to bolster Apple Pay.

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The issue with peer-to-peer payment apps in general is that it's hard to make money off of them.

Apple is unlikely to charge end-users for sending money to friends but it may profit from the prepaid debit card transactions by claiming fees from merchants. Visa has been named as one of Jobs' Mob's partners and it is possible that the banks could pressure Visa into not working with Apple.

Some bank executives, however, are concerned about the partnership between the credit card company and Apple and are going to raise concerns that Visa is hosting for its bank partners.

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