FNBO partners with Visa to launch instant card issuance to digital wallets

FNBO has announced the launch of its instant digital issuance capabilities in partnership with Visa.

The technology solution is set to enhance the customer experience by providing instant account credential delivery to a user’s mobile wallet in one seamless experience, without the need to download an app.

FNBO’s offering is set to be one of the first of its kind, it will enable users to receive a digital account number that is automatically loaded into their digital wallet after completing the credit card application and being approved.

Customers will be able to utilise their new card immediately from their existing mobile wallet, providing extra convenience and ease of access.

Jerry J. O’Flanagan, Executive Vice President at FNBO, said: “In today’s culture of immediacy, speed to wallet is critical. We are excited to have partnered with Visa to create a solution through instant digital issuance that delivers account access with the touch of a fingertip.

“This new payment method represents an important step forward for FNBO, and we are thrilled to expand our capabilities as a credit card issuer. We are confident this offering will enhance the customer experience and reinforce our commitment to providing the best possible payment products to our customers.”

The application process can be launched through the use of a QR code with participating partners, and users are promptly notified and given instant digital access when approved.

Tolan Steele, Head of Global Core Products at Visa said: “Creating a seamless experience is key in today’s fast-paced landscape, together with FNBO, we’re committed to creating innovative products like instant digital issuance for consumers’ digital wallets, while maintaining convenience and security.”

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