Are you making any of these common problems with the payment processing system in your business? Sometimes business owners are too trusting of the payment processing providers, which could cost time and money in the future. Unfortunately, there are shady service providers, making it a challenge for business owners to find reputable services to use.
Not only will a quality credit card processing system ensure security for your business. But the right Point of Sale (POS) system is essential in enduring loyalty with your customers. In the past, POS systems were designed to accept payments through a standalone terminal. Now, technology makes it possible for POS systems to do much
Chargebacks can be both frustrating and costly for your business. It is essential to offer credit card payment options, and you can expect that chargebacks will come with this service. But it doesn’t mean that you have no control over the chargebacks that happen to your account. A chargeback happens when the customer contacts their
Is your Point of Sale (POS) system vulnerable to cyber attacks? Scammers are working every angle that can be found to steal information and money. In the last few years, retailers have been the target of many of these scammers. Since credit card information moves through POS systems, it makes sense that these cyber attacks
The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) is the basis of standards that all companies must follow in the way that credit card information is managed. These standards regulate the way businesses accept credit card payments and how the information is stored, processed, and transmitted. The goal is to maintain the safety of
PCI compliance is something that should be at the top of your mind as a business owner. But this topic is often pushed to the backburner because you have more pressing matters to address. Instead of feeling worried or stressed when the topic of PCI compliance comes up, the best solution is to choose a
The Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure Act of 2009, or Credit CARD Act of 2009, is a federal statute passed by the United States Congress and signed by President Barack Obama on May 22, 2009. It is comprehensive credit card reform legislation that aims "...to establish fair and transparent practices relating to the extension of credit
Arby's may have the meat, but, right now, they have a PR problem. The Story According to reports, malware on Arby's corporate cash registers was apparently capturing credit information in the San Francisco area and potentially nationwide. Most interesting in this story is that the breach was exposed by a security researcher and writer, Brian