Chase Pay expands into HMSHost restaurant chain and Parkmobile fuelling stations

8 February 2017

American customers will be able to pay for meals at HMSHost chain restaurants and for fuel at Parkmobile points with Chase Pay, as announced this week by the banking group. In the official press release Chase noted that about 2,000 locations of the restaurant chain across the United States will be accepting Chase Pay method for transactions made for meal orders. The deployment of Chase Pay across these points will be mostly finalized by the year end.

Spokesperson for HMSHost comments that it is a constant focus of the restaurant chain to continually introduce innovations into the everyday service to enhance customer experience and loyalty and care about their guests making the checkout procedure faster and more convenient.

HMSHost locations will be processing payments on ChaseNet platform starting the second quarter of 2017. Chase Pay features added layer of security to transactions providing tokens to eliminate the need for customers to unveil their account numbers.

Besides, using the Chase Pay mobile application customers will be allowed to make payments for fuel at Parkmobile locations. Spokesperson for Chase Pay team noted that such an added value is a real convenience for customers in haste who have no time for long transaction process. She believes that the new functionality will indeed simplify the travel of their customers.

Last August JPMorgan Chase entered into a partnership with Phillips 66 for offering Chase Pay wallet service to consumers visiting fuel sites branded as Phillips 66®, Conoco® and 76®.

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