Genesco doesn’t believe any data was exposed, which has lead the company to file a first-of-its-kind lawsuit against Visa that has again brought to light questions about PCI compliance.
Month: March 2013
Though no single merchant can stop all the possibilities of fraud and identity theft that exist, these sorts of events should not go unnoticed by anyone who makes use of payment processor software.
An international police force is reported to have taken down a ring of criminals who specialized in POS abuse and duplicating credit cards.
In the recent lawsuit of Melissa Tyler vs. Michaels Stores, Inc., a customer sued a chain of stores for unlawfully gathering her zip code.
If passed, Missouri State Senate Bill No. 354 could not only prevent merchants from issuing an additional charge for customers using a card, but see them facing charges as well.
A few recent cases of local credit card fraud can help us to understand the importance of reducing these incidents through the use of trusted providers of card processing software.
If a 2012 study is to be believed, the rate of credit card fraud after 2010 has skyrocketed 87 percent, an appalling figure that highlights the importance of security checks when it comes to such transactions
In Washington D.C., a campaign regarding the required implementation of card-reading systems in area taxis has undergone some modifications with the arrival of a new proposal.
A new study indicates that pre-paid credit cards, a popular gift item, carry a risk of being uninsured and may thereby leave users at risk.
Credit card processing software has become increasingly important in the everyday lives of consumers, to the point where those who have their credit accounts compromised (or refuse to open one at all) have few options when it comes to large-scale transactions.