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A Guide to Level 3 Credit Card Data

For retailers, the acceptance of electronic payments comes with an expense not linked to check or cash payments—an interchange fee, which is a percentage of the sale paid by the vendor as transactions are processed. While most know that the prices of services and goods typically include these fees, processors continually work with suppliers to...

Posted by December 27, 2016December 28, 2017
PCI SAQ Types : Which SAQ Is Right For You?
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PCI SAQ Types : Which SAQ Is Right For You?

An SAQ or self-assessment questionnaire is a validation test for merchants accepting credit and debit card payments, per the requirements of PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard). Merchants must take the SAQ mainly to stay in compliance, and those ignoring the assessment or submitting an inaccurate assessment can be penalized or put at...

Posted by December 13, 2016December 28, 2017
What Will the Future of Mobile Processing Bring?
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What Will the Future of Mobile Processing Bring?

Gone are the days when it was necessary to fill out a card slip and process a credit or debit card payment later. Today there are many different ways to process electronic payments no matter where the merchant is at present. As versatile as today’s methods happen to be, the future of mobile processing is...

Posted by October 18, 2016December 28, 2017
Understanding Payment Gateways and How They Make a Difference
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Understanding Payment Gateways and How They Make a Difference

The days of receiving payments in cash or by check only are long gone. Many people rely on the ability to make electronic payments in some form. This is true whether they are shopping online, visiting a local restaurant, or paying the utility bills. All types of electronic payments require the use of one of...

Posted by August 23, 2016December 28, 2017
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