YellowPepper spices up Latin American mobile payments

Published by Written by Elliott Holley A new mobile payments network called YellowPepper has launched in Colombia, marking the beginning of a massive project to bank the unbanked and sweep away the dominance of cash across the Spanish-speaking Americas + More


YellowPepper Aims for Financial Inclusion

Published by Partnersinprepaid A privately-owned company, YellowPepper began life in 2004 providing value-added services for US cellphone users. This quickly evolved to the point where, in 2007, it decided to focus exclusively on supplying mobile financial services to both unbanked and banked consumers across Latin American and the Caribbean + More


Mobile payments in Haiti

Published by Electronic Payment International, March 2012 The earthquake-stricken Caribbean island of Haiti is the location for an innovative mobile money service which is bringing financial inclusion to the unbanked. Robin Arnfield reports. In November 2010, Canada’s Scotiabank, Caribbean telco Digicel and Latin American mobile banking and payments software firm YellowPepper launched the TchoTcho Mobile [&hellip + More

Haití primer caso de éxito de billetera móvil en América Latina

Published on Movilion by Pablo GA Éxito y Haití, son dos palabras que no suelen ir juntas. Haití no sólo es el país más pobre de América Latina y el Caribe, sino que además ha sido golpeado por terremotos y huracanes recientes que desataron una catástrofe humanitaria. La penetración móvil es la más baja de [&hellip + More


Fostering Financial Inclusion in Latin America

Latin American economies are experiencing the kind of growth that their European and US counterparts can only dream of.  Once plagued by currency devaluations, debt defaults and the need for bailouts, Latin America is now seeing its strongest economic cycle in nearly 30 years. In addition, the region has taken great steps towards the consolidation [&hellip + More