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QRails Announces New Partnership With Samsung Pay

Program Manager-Processor’s Sport Club Loyalty Solution Enhanced With Mobile Payment Offering

QRails, a cloud-based, open API Program Manager-processor committed to enabling innovative payment solutions, announced it has launched a new partnership with Samsung Pay as part of its debit card loyalty program with Transact Payments Limited.

Currently available to Queens Park Rangers, Swindon Town and Peterborough United Football Clubs, Samsung users can now add their Club-branded debit Mastercard in Samsung Pay to easily and securely make contactless payments at retailers accepting Mastercard globally. Made possible by QRails LINQ product offering, the program is a first-of-its-kind, real time payment, stadium access and sports club loyalty solution.

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“We understand that consumers are historically reluctant about changing the way they bank,” commented QRails CEO Gerard Griffin. “Our partnership with Transact Payments Limited, coupled with the availability of Samsung Pay, mitigates hesitations and concerns around using debit cards. In fact, we are seeing increased card adoption from Club supporters.”

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The new partnership with Samsung Pay supports Club Members and Season Ticket Holders who participate in the loyalty schemes for the Queens Park Rangers, Swindon Town and Peterborough United Football Clubs. Cardholders can utilize Samsung Pay to make secure mobile payments. For each Samsung transaction they receive two percent of the transaction total into their Club Cash accounts, while benefitting from additional incentives including venue access and periodic promotions. Samsung Pay uses NFC and MST technology, making it work with nearly all current payment terminals. Transactions are authorized with a PIN, fingerprint, or iris scan.

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