EMV is a trending topic, whether you are a merchant, bank, or payment processor. The EMV Chargeback liability shift pertains to card present transactions only. We have put together this eGuide to assist in educating and guiding your understanding of EMV and how it impacts you.
If you are an online retailer, you know all too well the importance of creating a checkout that is as easy as possible and in as few steps as possible. But creating an easy, frictionless checkout becomes complicated when you add in necessary security features to process payment transactions. It is very easy for an online shopper to abandon their cart, change their mind, or Google their purchase elsewhere. Now there is a process called 3D Secure Advanced that has accomplished secure checkout, without the friction of the original 3D Secure. Here is how:
Don’t let chargebacks (and the issuing bank lobbyists) derail your business
Credit card chargebacks can often be the bane of a small business owner’s existence. They require significant investments in time and labor to research and respond. Let’s face it: The card issuing banks have lobbied for years to ensure that the cardholders receive the benefit of the doubt when there is a chargeback case, not the merchant.
In one of our "Bill Gates meets Steve Jobs" moments a few years ago, the innovators here at Solupay changed the world with "Multi-Merchant Tokenization." OK, OK... perhaps comparing us to technology legends is a stretch,and maybe this concept won't revolutionize the world like Apple and Microsoft have done, but we did coin the phrase Multi-Merchant Tokenization, and it’s really not a hard concept to understand and see why it has been successful. Plus it has proven to be an added convenience for customers of e-commerce merchants, while making life easier for the merchant while providing a better end user experience.
Let's take a closer look at Tokenization and Multi-Merchant Tokenization.
Accounts receivable is truly the lifeblood of any business that extends credit to customers. Manage it effectively, and you can grow your business strategically. Manage it wrong, and you introduce inefficiencies and increase costs that erode margins.
ACH (Automated Clearing House) payments have become popular largely because of their convenience, reliability and cost-effective solutions. ACH is a payment solution that accepts payments by moving funds from one bank account to another electronically through routing numbers. If your businessis utilizing direct deposit to pay employees, whether you know it or not, you’re already using a form of ACH and are aware of these benefits. But how can ACH payments actually increase sales for your business?
With CNP fraud on the rise since the EMV chargeback liability
Topics: Card Security
Converting leads into sales is the bottom line of business. Getting a lead to the quoting stage of the sales lifecycle can be challenging enough. Depending on the length of your sales cycle, the process to generate actual cash flow from a hot prospect turned new client can seemingly move along at a snail's pace. Here are 3 secrets to close the deals faster, converting leads and turning quotes to cash for your business:
The formula for improving cash flow is simple: collect account receivables as fast as possible, and slow down your accounts payable without jeopardizing your relationship with suppliers and partners. Knowing that most businesses, and even individual consumers, operate with the same ideology in mind means the challenge to get paid faster may seem insurmountable. Which is why an industry exists to create products that focus on helping businesses get paid faster. When cash flow slows, the likelihood of survival decreases. In fact, the lack of cash is one of the top reasons that small businesses fail.
In today's commerce climate, there are limitless opportunities for merchants to sell their goods and services. At the same time, there are limitless opportunities for thieves to exploit merchants and consumers. Credit card data breaches at major retailers have made the news wire too many times to count, and when it comes down to it, it is up to the merchant to understand the responsibility they have in protecting their client's data when accepting credit card by enforcing appropriate security measures.
Topics: Card Security