EMV – which stands for Europay, MasterCard and Visa – is the card processing standard that does away with the magnetic stripe, in favor for a much more secure chip & pin method.
Join Laurie Nelson, chief compliance officer and general counsel at PaymentVision, and Simon Sandoval-Moshenberg, director at the Legal Aid Justice Center, for a presentation about convenience fees and consumer debt. You’ll be exposed to in-depth information that explains the differences between convenience fees and surcharges, when and where convenience fees may be allowed, and much more.
Join Laurie Nelson, General Counsel and Compliance Officer at Autoscribe Corporation, and Derrick Weber, shareholder at Messerli & Kramer P.A., for a presentation that will give you an important understanding of both convenience fees and regulation E.
As merchants work to comply with shifting liability for EMV for in-person transactions, tokenization becomes even more important to combat fraud for electronic transactions where card is not present (ecommerce). Our insightful webinar will help you understand the importance that tokenization can have when it comes to protecting financial data.
The deadline to migrate to EMV is quickly approaching. EMV — which stands for Europay, MasterCard and Visa — is the new credit card standard that does away with the magnetic stripe, in favor for a much more secure chip & pin method.
PaymentVision will provide an introduction to understanding merchant account processing webinar that you won’t want to miss! The webinar will walk you through interchange fees, common pricing models, tips and tricks when evaluating pricing, and a sample rate analysis.
Accepting convenience fees is an easy way to offset transaction processing costs, yet it’s often one of the most misunderstood. With all the changes in regulation and information you’ve collected, chances are some of what you’ve heard and thought to be true are nothing more than myths.