Visa will drop signature requirements for chip cards, Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Samsung Pay in April

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Visa will drop signature requirements for chip cards, Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Samsung Pay in April

Visa today announced that it will join MasterCard, American Express, and Discover in eliminating the need for signatures when making any EMV chip or contactless payment, starting this April. The change will enable North American users of Apple Pay, Google Pay (formerly Android Pay/Google Wallet), and Samsung Pay to complete Visa transactions with little more than

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