Chase Pay partners Shell to assist payments in stations across the US

Monday 13 June 2016 00:06 CET | News

JPMorgan Chase has teamed up with Shell to enable its customers pay via Chase Pay, Chase’s proprietary QR code-based mobile wallet, at US Shell gas stations. 

Shell is also a member of retailer-led US consortium MCX, an initial Chase Pay partner. MCX announced at the beginning of June 2016 that it plans to discontinue the pilot of its own CurrentC mobile wallet service by the end of June 16th.

Shell serves 20 million customers a day. The majority of the customers are tied to Chase, as the bank is one of the largest credit and debit card issuers in the US. The wallet will be integrated with Shell’s existing rewards program.

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Keywords: Chase Pay, Shell, mobile payments, mobile wallet, QR code, Retail, Rewards
Categories: Payments & Commerce | Mobile Payments
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