Smart Cards And Chips. How Do They Protect You?

In 2016, new chip debit and credit cards were issued to consumers by major financial institutions. According to the US Payments Forum, 600 million cards have been issued. How do these chip cards protect consumers? EMV (Europay/MasterCard/Visa) chip cards are designed to protect you from data breaches. The system has been used in European countries

Chargeback Insurance, Safeguarding your Business for EMV Liability Shift

In August of 2011, Visa made the announcement that it was moving toward EMV contact and contactless chip technology in the U.S. The first milestone, effective on October 1, 2012, involved Visa expanding its Technology Innovation Program (TIP) to merchants in the U.S. The deadline for the EMV liability shift was set for the beginning

POS Makers Prep for 2015 Card Changes

With as many as 5 million mobile point-of-sale readers in circulation in the United States, mobile POS companies will have their hands full following the liability shift set for October 2015 when the nation’s payment card networks step up the migration to the MasterCard-Visa chip and pin system. While this change is fantastic for security

There is a Possible EMV Delay Due to Uncertainties

  It is possible that there could be a delay transferring debit cards from PIN to EMV due to discussion and uncertainty in the United States government. The problem is that as of yet, no standard model has developed for processing EMV payments. This has aggravated both business owners anc consumers, especially after the Target