Subways in Cali Now Accepting FaceCash Mobile Payments

Posted by at 1:30 am on November 13, 2010

FaceCash will now be accepted at certain Subways locations in California. FaceCash is a mobile payment system that allows consumers to use their cell phones to make purchases at the point of sale.

When signing up at facecash.com, users pre-fund their FaceCash accounts by transferring money from traditional checking or savings accounts. They can then debit their FaceCash balance by making purchases at participating merchant stores.  The free FaceCash application, which also consolidates consumer loyalty program cards, is now available for iPhone, Android and BlackBerry phones. Other phones can also access FaceCash through a mobile web browser.

FaceCash gets its name from its unique security process. During a purchase, the consumer’s face appears on the merchant’s register to verify identity. The first time a buyer makes a purchase using FaceCash, the merchant matches the photograph provided during the sign up process to the consumer’s driver’s license or passport. A number of other security measures are built in.

With a flat rate of 1.5% per transaction, merchants utilizing FaceCash achieve savings of 50% or more relative to traditional credit and debit card processing fees. There are no monthly fees or other fees. In order to use FaceCash, merchants simply need a computer (with internet access) and an optional barcode scanner.

A map of locations where FaceCash is accepted is available on-line at  http://www.facecash.com/where.html.

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