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What You Know Could Save You Money The term "chargeback" describes the process that occurs once a customer refuses to accept responsibility for a charge on his credit card. It may also be initiated by the issuing bank due to a technical issue, such as no authorization approval code received.…
For merchants enabled for the Automated Recurring Billing (ARB) service, the additional ARB API feature supports integration with a Web site payment form or a proprietary business application-allowing online customers or sales representatives using a business application to select and submit subscription- or instalment-based payments. Expand payment options for online…
Batch processing is the settlement stage of credit card processing that begins after a transaction has been authorized by the card-issuing bank. Once it sends the authorization code to the merchant, the bank places a hold on the cardholder’s line of credit or account funds to cover the transaction amount.…
As consumers rely increasingly on the Internet to make convenient and efficient payments, e-commerce merchants must take the proper precautions in making their payment processing system as secure as possible. If a customer’s credit card information is compromised and used for fraudulent activity, not only can the customer suffer from…
End-to-end encryption (E2EE), which is non-certified or uncertified, is a digital communications paradigm of uninterrupted protection of data traveling between two communicating parties without being intercepted or read by other parties except for the originating party encrypting data to be readable only by the intended recipient, and the receiving party…
Electronic invoicing is a form of electronic billing. E-invoicing methods are used by trading partners, such as customers and their suppliers, to present and monitor transactional documents between one another and ensure the terms of their trading agreements are being met. These documents include invoices, purchase orders, debit notes, credit…
A merchant account is a type of bank account that allows businesses to accept payments by payment cards, typically debit or credit cards. A merchant account is established under an agreement between an acceptor and a merchant acquiring bank for the settlement of payment card transactions. In some cases a…
We can provide a gateway platform and backend which complies to the latest standards of accounting services. By using the gateway, all of your different payment options are combined in just one backend. The gateway is PCI level 1 certified and provides internal, as well as external risk and fraud…
The MOTO transactions solution. A Secure Trading virtual terminal is a web-based system that allows you to manually process credit or debit card orders which are received by fax, mail order or telephone (MOTO). It is the perfect alternative to a traditional terminal if you receive MOTO orders, and in…