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  1. The bypass model, or the acquiring integration model is exactly what we offer the market today and have been for the past 5 years. I believe it is the only spot you can integrate to allow a successful m-wallet solution to be enabled. Would love the chance to discuss with you.

  2. would like to us the smartphone image and link to this post, please, from our posterous CMS at http://finance.zero-credit.co.uk

    We are a cooperative of debtors who regularly explore the impact of mobile payments on spending. Would probably leave this open to comment from our readers e.g how convenient / useful / supportive would you find this.

    Look forward to hearing from you

    Thanks
    Emma

    • Emma,
      Thank you for asking. Yes, you are approved to use the image, but please either link the image back to this page (www.thesmartphonewallet.com) or credit the image to the same site. Thank you for asking.

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