The Code of Conduct came into force in August 2010. It’s called to promote business practices, and guarantee merchants and customers fully understand the costs and benefits associated with credit/debit cards. Credit and Debit Canadian Code of Conduct The Code is developed to: Ensure merchants clearly understand the costs associated with accepting credit/debit card payments,
The Canadian code of conduct became operative in August 2010 and is projected to encourage good business practices and ensure retailers and customers identify with the costs and advantages of debit and credit cards. eMerchantBroker breaks down the benefits of the Canadian Code as well as a few missing items merchants should watch out for.
There are several factors that might put your business in the high risk category. One of the main reasons has to do with the higher rate of chargebacks and disputes. As a high risk business, you’ll be unable to secure a standard account with the majority of acquirers, so you should look for a respectable
The retail industry in Canada is undergoing a transformation. In many cases, e-commerce has been added to the traditional retail experience, thus giving birth to new digitally-enabled shopping experiences. Electronic Commerce in Canada Electronic commerce is becoming more and more popular among Canadians, and they plan to go on spending money online. According to Forester
Recently, eMerchantBroker.com (EMB) expanded its private and exceptional payment processing company across the Canadian border. Now EMB offers full service to Canadian high risk merchant accounts. No matter how experienced you are or how thought out your business plan, if your business is labeled “high risk” then you will have a difficult time finding a