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Throughout the world, its principal business is to process payments between the banks of merchants and the card issuing banks or credit unions of the purchasers who use the "Mastercard" brand debit and credit cards to make purchases. Mastercard Worldwide has been a publicly traded company since Prior to its initial public offering , MasterCard Worldwide was a cooperative owned by the more than 25, financial institutions that issue its branded cards.

From to , Mastercard was called "Interbank" and "Master Charge". In , "Master Charge: The Interbank Card" was renamed "MasterCard". In , Mastercard took over the Access card; the Access brand was then retired. In , MasterCard International merged with Europay International , another large credit-card issuer association, of which Eurocard had become a part in This was done in order to suggest a more global scale of operations.

In addition, the company introduced a new corporate logo adding a third circle to the two that had been used in the past the familiar card logo, resembling a Venn diagram , remained unchanged. A new corporate tagline was introduced at the same time: In March , MasterCard announced the expansion of its mobile contactless payments program, including markets across the Middle East.

In spring , MasterCard acquired Australia's leading rewards program manager company Pinpoint for an undisclosed amount. MasterCard teamed with Apple in September , to incorporate a new mobile wallet feature into Apple's new iPhone models, enabling users to more readily use their MasterCard, and other credit cards.

In August , MasterCard acquired Brighterion, a Delaware Corporation headquartered in San Francisco, California that provides a portfolio of artificial intelligence and machine learning technologies.

The company, which had been organized as a cooperative of banks, had an initial public offering on May 25, , selling MasterCard, along with Visa , has been sued in a class action by ATM operators that claims the credit card networks' rules effectively fix ATM access fees. The suit claims that this is a restraint on trade in violation of federal law.

The lawsuit was filed by the National ATM Council and independent operators of automated teller machines. The suit says that this price fixing artificially raises the price that consumers pay using ATMs, limits the revenue that ATM-operators earn, and violates the Sherman Act 's prohibition against unreasonable restraints of trade. Johnathan Rubin, an attorney for the plaintiffs said, "Visa and MasterCard are the ringleaders, organizers, and enforcers of a conspiracy among U.

Justice Department in another antitrust case. The companies agreed to allow merchants displaying their logos to decline certain types of cards because interchange fees differ , or to offer consumers discounts for using cheaper cards. On November 27, , a federal judge entered an order granting preliminary approval to a proposed settlement to a class-action lawsuit filed in by merchants and trade associations against MasterCard, Visa, and many credit card issuers.

The suit was filed due to price fixing and other anti-competitive trade practices employed by MasterCard and Visa. A majority of named class plaintiffs have objected and vowed to opt out of the settlement. Opponents object to provisions that would bar future lawsuits and even prevent merchants from opting out of significant portions of the proposed settlement.

Stephen Neuwirth, a lawyer representing Home Depot, said, "It's so obvious Visa and MasterCard were prepared to make a large payment because of the scope of the releases being given. It's all one quid pro quo and merchants like the Home Depot are being denied the chance to opt out of that quid pro quo and say this is a bad deal.

Plaintiffs allege that Visa, MasterCard, and major credit card issuers engaged in a conspiracy to fix interchange fees , also known as swipe fees, that are charged to merchants for the privilege of accepting payment cards at artificially high levels. In their complaint, the plaintiffs also alleged that the defendants unfairly interfere with merchants from encouraging customers to use less expensive forms of payment such as lower-cost cards, cash, and checks.

The settlement provides for the cash equivalent of a 10 basis-point reduction 0. This eight-month period would probably begin in the middle of Few companies have faced more antitrust lawsuits both in the US and abroad. MasterCard, along with Visa, engaged in systematic parallel exclusion against American Express during the s and s.

MasterCard used exclusivity clauses in its contracts and blacklists to prevent banks from doing business with American Express. Such exclusionary clauses and other written evidence were used by the United States Department of Justice in regulatory actions against MasterCard and Visa.

In about 4 million merchants sued MasterCard in federal court for making them accept debit cards if they wanted to accept credit cards and dramatically increasing credit card swipe fees. This case was settled with a multibillion-dollar payment in This was the largest anti-trust award in history. In , the Department of Justice sued MasterCard over rules prohibiting their issuing banks from doing business with American Express or Discover.

The Department of Justice won in and the verdict withstood appeal. American Express also filed suit [19]. On November 15, , MasterCard Inc. The European Union has repeatedly criticised MasterCard for monopolistic trade practices. In April , MasterCard reached a settlement with the European Union in an antitrust case, promising to reduce debit card swipe fees to 0. WikiLeaks published documents showing that American authorities lobbied Russia to defend the interests of Visa and MasterCard.

Members of the European Parliament expressed concern that payments from European citizens to a European corporation could apparently be blocked by the United States, and called for a further reduction in the dominance of Visa and MasterCard in the European payment system. As of , MasterCard is under investigation by the European Union for the high fees it charges tourists who use their cards in Europe, and other anti-competitive practices that could hinder electronic commerce and international trade, and high fees associated with premium credit cards.

The EU's competition regulator said that these fees were of special concern because of the growing role of non-cash payments. MasterCard charges non-European tourists much more than customers using cards issued in Europe. MasterCard was banned from charging fees on cross-border transactions conducted wholly within the EU via a ruling by the European Commission in For instance, a euro payment might cost 10 euro cents in the Netherlands but eight times that amount in Poland.

The Commission argues that MasterCard rules that prohibit merchants from enjoying better terms offered in other EU countries may be against anti-trust law. BEUC said interbank fees push up prices and hurt consumers. BEUC Director General Monique Goyens said, "So in the end, all consumers are hit by a scheme which ultimately rewards the card company and issuing bank. On December 27, , Visa Inc. In , the Reserve Bank of Australia required that interchange fees be dramatically reduced, from about 0.

Australia also prohibited the "no surcharge" rule, a policy established by credit card networks like Visa and MasterCard to prevent merchants from charging a credit card usage fee to the cardholder. A surcharge would mitigate or even exceed the merchant discount paid by a merchant, but would also make the cardholder more reluctant to use the card as the method of payment.

Australia has also made changes to the interchange rates on debit cards and has considered abolishing interchange fees altogether. As of November , New Zealand was considering similar actions, following a Commerce Commission lawsuit alleging price-fixing by Visa and MasterCard. In New Zealand, merchants pay a 1.

In December , MasterCard blocked all payments to WikiLeaks due to claims that they engage in illegal activity. According to several news sites, security of thousands of credit cards was compromised during that attack due to a phishing-site set up by the attackers. High Commissioner for Human Rights , Navi Pillay said that closing down credit lines for donations to WikiLeaks "could be interpreted as an attempt to censor the publication of information, thus potentially violating WikiLeaks' right to freedom of expression".

The company that enables WikiLeaks to accept credit and debit card donations [ who? On July 14, DataCell announced they had filed a complaint with the European Commission claiming the closure by Visa and MasterCard of Datcell's access to the payment card networks violated the competition rules of the European Community. In , pursuant to an agreement between MasterCard and the Nigerian Government , acting through the National Identity Management Commission, the new Nigerian ID cards will bear MasterCard logo, contain personal database data and double as payment cards , irrevocably linking such payments to the individuals, [43] sparking criticism by the Civil Rights Congress alleging that it "represents a stamped ownership of a Nigerian by an American company MasterCard, Comerica Bank , and the U.

The federal government uses the Express Debit product to issue electronic payments to people who do not have bank accounts, who are often referred to collectively as the " unbanked ".

Comerica Bank is the issuing bank for the debit card. The Direct Express cards give recipients a number of consumer protections. In June , MasterCard announced a partnership with British Airways to offer members the Executive Club Multi-currency Cash Passport, which will allow members to earn extra points and make multi-currency payments. The Passport card allows users to load up to ten currencies euro, pound, U.

When used, the card selects the local currency to ensure the best exchange rate , and if the local currency is not already loaded onto the card, funds are used from other currencies.

MasterCard's current advertising campaign tagline is " Priceless ". The slogan associated with the campaign is "There are some things money can't buy. For everything else, there's MasterCard. They also use the Priceless description to promote products such as their "priceless travel" site which features deals and offers for MasterCard holders, [45] and "priceless cities", offers for people in specified locations.

The first of these Priceless ads was run during the World Series and there are numerous different TV, radio and print ads. The original idea and concept of the campaign stems from the advertising agency of McCann Erickson as it was named in The purpose of the campaign is to position MasterCard as a friendly credit card company with a sense of humor, as well as responding to the public's worry that everything is being commodified and that people are becoming too materialistic.

Many parodies have been made using this same pattern, especially on Comedy Central, though MasterCard has threatened legal action, [51] contending that MasterCard views such parodies as a violation of its rights under the federal and state trademark and unfair competition laws, under the federal and state anti- dilution laws, and under the Copyright Act.

Despite these claims, however, noted US consumer advocate and presidential candidate Ralph Nader emerged victorious after a four-year battle in the suit MasterCard brought against him after he produced his own "Priceless" political commercials. Using the theme and some of the language behind the MasterCard "Priceless" campaign the election specified the dollar amounts contributed by corporate interests to both candidates and then summed it up with "finding out the truth MasterCard sued Nader's campaign committee and filed a temporary restraining order to stop the ads.

The TRO was not granted and Nader defended the ads by claiming they were protected under the fair use doctrine. In Argentinian born Edgardo Apestguia created in Paraguay an ad campaign for Bancard's credit card. Its slogan was "There are things money can't buy, but, for everything else, there is Bancard". Through a partnership with an Internet company that specializes in personalized shopping, MasterCard introduced a Web shopping mall on April 16, that it said can pinpoint with considerable accuracy what its cardholders are likely to purchase.

MasterCard engages in the sponsorship of major sporting events throughout the world. Previously it also sponsored FIFA World Cup but withdrew its contract after a court settlement and its rival Visa took up the contract in Prior to its IPO in , MasterCard was an association that had a board of directors composed of banks.

The current Board of Directors includes the following individuals:. Caldart joined MasterCard from Citi Brazil in , where he served as country business manager and oversaw the retail bank, consumer finance and cards business. He holds a bachelor's degree in business administration and accounting, as well as a master's degree from Duke University.

MasterCard was listed as one of the best companies to work for in by Forbes. All three use the same symbol as shown on the right.

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