If consumers are wary about putting their information out there, those tasked with processing that data and are entrusted to keep it safe may find themselves in a tough situation.
Month: June 2013
Some shoppers may carry with them customer-specific cards, but credit card payment processors should pay attention to the reasons they may or may not be appealing.
Accepting credit card processing is important for commonly used services, such as travel, and a new survey shows that users many aren’t afraid of the rising cost of technology.
More banks are issuing credit cards in recent years, according to one source, and it’s possible this trend could continue.
With the increased focus on connecting devices, a potential exists for more disabling cyber attacks in the future, one expert says.
For merchants using POS credit card processors, studying consumer complaints can also be a means of improving.
Apply surcharges can be confusing, impractical, or illegal, depending on where a business is located and what practices they use.
Collaboration between these two countries may result in better attention to system security over time, according to a recent statement.
Credit card companies are continuing to notice a positive trend in reduced delinquent payments.
Enabling a more specific future payment experience may begin with strong credit card processing systems, according to one source.