7 Things to Keep In Mind While Implementing Unattended Payment Solutions

The use of credit cards in the US is rising and new payment options such as Apple Pay, Android Pay, etc. are gaining popularity. In the midst of this payment evolution, industries using unattended kiosks or vending machines that don’t take all card types or forms of payment can be at a disadvantage. According to a recent study, cashless payments when compared to cash payments, contributed directly to positive sales development in the vending industry.

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3 Risks of Not Migrating to EMV That SMBs Should Know

It’s been five months since the US EMV liability shift deadline of October 1, 2015 passed. Even though the EMV migration has been slow in the US, many big box retailers, such as Best Buy, The Home Depot, Walmart etc. have upgraded their payment technology to accept EMV chip cards – a new credit card security standard in the US. But many small businesses are yet to migrate.

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The EMV Fraud Liability Shift Date Has Passed: Is It Too Late for Me?

The EMV liability shift date, October 1, 2015, has come and gone, but many retailers have still not made this critical update. Most are left wondering: Is it too late? The good news is that it’s not too late for your business to upgrade. However, if credit card fraud takes place at your establishment before you take action, you will be held responsible for the financial repercussions.

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