YAHOO FOOD AND FOOD SERVICES (YFFS) has added a new service to its existing platform that offers a new way to make payments with a credit card.
The company is introducing YAHO FAST PAYTM, which allows customers to make money from their purchases with a Visa card.
The new service, which was rolled out in partnership with Visa and Mastercard on Thursday, is free and available to anyone with a valid credit card, and is available for new accounts as well as existing accounts.
Yahoo Finance also recently rolled out the same feature for a range of third-party payments, including PayPal and PayPal Cash.
The new service is expected to go live in the next few days.
Yahoo Finance CEO Mark Mulvihill told Business Insider that YFFS is aiming to get “at least 25% of all new customers” to use its payment services.
“We’re not trying to compete with Visa or Mastercard,” Mulvahill said.
“We’re just trying to provide a better, more convenient way to pay.”
Mulvahil said that YFRS would offer an additional 10% of its customers who use a Visa or MSP card.
The company has previously offered a service called YFTS, which lets customers make money using credit cards in the US.
It’s worth noting that, while YFFS is free, some merchants might charge fees.
It’s unclear whether YFNS will offer any additional services beyond the YFFRS feature, or whether these services will also be added to YFFSS.
With its latest update, YFHS has rolled out a number of new features.
First, it is allowing customers to pay with any type of payment device.
That includes credit cards, debit cards, Apple Pay, Android Pay, and Google Pay.
The YFDS is not only more convenient than YFWS, it also offers some extra security features.YFHS says that its new payment platform will be open to all merchants, including retailers.
It has also made it easier for merchants to accept new accounts.
In addition to YFPS, the YFBS also offers a range to YFTS, which provides a way to create payments with cash and cards.
It also provides a tool to make a deposit, pay bills, and make a purchase, among other things.YFTS was introduced back in June to support both cash and credit cards.
Mulivihill says YFTHS will expand beyond the US to support payments from other countries in the coming months.
“We’ll be adding more countries over the coming year,” he said.