Locked content ING plans to reach 3,500 stores with payment gateway

WSE-listed lender ING Bank Śląski has introduced Internet payments called “imoje” together with late payment by Twisto. It plans to make it available in 3,500 online stores during the period of one and a half year, the bank stated on Wednesday. Along with the payment gateway, ING introdu...

Locked content Poles are going cashless more and more

As many as 19 percent of Poles do not carry any cash on them, while 33 percent of people under 26 claim they only use electronic forms of payment, according to a study conducted by IBRIS. “Cashless payments is not only a symbol of modernity but also an advantage – both in the social and financ...

25k payment terminals installed in Cashless Poland Program

Over the first four months of the Cashless Poland Program 25,000 payment terminals were installed in 4,000 towns across the country, the Cashless Poland Foundation (FPB) informed. Nearly a third (32.2 percent) of businesses which installed terminals were non-food stores (footwear, clothes, electroni...

War on cash

It appears that the future will belong to electronic pulses, rather than clinking coins and rustling banknotes. The convenience and speed of cashless transactions will have its price in the form of increased control and lack of anonymity. The catchy slogan used by officials: “Paperless, cashless Pol...

56% of Poles prefer cashless payments

Over a half of Poles (56 percent) prefer to pay without using cash, and consider payment card and smartphone as the most convenient methods of payment, according to a study conducted for eService. Only 31 percent of those polled prefer cash to cashless payments. The preferred methods of payment are ...