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10 steps to help prevent chargebacks for Internet merchantsThis article is meant to help Internet merchants prevent credit card chargebacks. Many of these steps are common sense but they are often overlooked, and review never hurts.Always use the AVS an...
You can call your current Merchant Account Service Provider or you can submit a Help Desk ticket to Evolve Systems. We have a highly skilled department that will be able to determine if your current machine is Truncating or if it has the ability to Trun...
Funds will be available in your bank account normally between 24 to 48 business hours from the time that a batch is received by the processing bank. It is a common misconception that funds will be available 24 to 48 hours after a transaction, but this t...
All questions related to SPOT should be directed towards Secure Net.  Their phone number is 1-888-231-1060.  Please have your merchant number, username, and password ready.
Utilizing authorize.net Server Integration Method (SIM) removes the merchant website from PCI-DSS scope. In any situation where no payment card data is entered, passed through or stored on a merchants website or web connected database a PCI scan of that w...
This section explains the current regulations for credit card truncation for Minnesota. Keep in mind that this is a state law and is not associated with the Visa and MasterCard regulations that are also in effect.  Minnesota Credit Card Truncation ...
This is a very broad question, as there are a lot of standards. To stay current, visit the PCI website itself: https://www.pcisecuritystandards.org/index.shtml
A merchant account is a relationship with a credit card processing bank that allows a merchant to accept and process credit cards. The merchant account will allow the merchant to swipe their customer's credit or debit cards through a credit card termina...
Credit Card Truncation is the ability of a Credit Card Machine to remove all but the last 4 digits of a Credit Card number and the expiration date from the sales receipt. Here is an example of a Truncated and an un-Truncated Receipt.Truncated Receipt. Acc...
The Payment Card Industry (PCI) Data Security Standard details security requirements for members, merchants, and service providers that store, process or transmit cardholder data. To demonstrate compliance with the PCI Data Security Standard, merchants...
Many Credit Card Processing Banks have not appropriately informed their customers about the laws and regulations of Credit Card Truncation. But, these agencies have to adhere to Visa and MasterCard Regulations associated with Credit Card Truncation. They ...
Truncation is important to protect the customer from losing their credit card number if they lose their receipt. It protects both the merchant and the customer by not allowing the credit card number to be printed and therefore preventing fraudulent situat...
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