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  • Survey: Online Payments

    With debit card fees about to drop, some e-retailers adjust their payment strategies.

    Posted 08/31/2011Thad RueterPost a comment

    With debit card fees about to drop, some e-retailers adjust their payment strategies.
  • Sorting Good from Bad

    Sorting Good from Bad

    As online criminals deploy new schemes, e-retailers fight back with new strategies.

    Posted 04/29/2011Paul Demery1 comments

    As online criminals deploy new schemes, e-retailers fight back with new strategies.
  • Changing their stripes

    There’s been a flurry of e-commerce activity from Visa and MasterCard. What does it mean for e-retailers?

    Posted 09/01/2010Don DavisPost a comment

    There’s been a flurry of e-commerce activity from Visa and MasterCard. What does it mean for e-retailers?
  • Sponsored Case Study Spotlight

    Infinity Resources has used Chase Paymentech to process its online payments since 2001. And Jeffrey T. Hejny, vice president of finance and controller of Infinity, one of the leading direct marketers of entertainment products and a service provider to other direct retailers, has no plans to switch. “The main reason we’ve kept this relationship together is because of their reliable processing that is consistently accurate for us,” Hejny says. “We...

    Posted 04/09/2009Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Infinity Resources has used Chase Paymentech to process its online payments since 2001. And Jeffrey T. Hejny, vice president of finance and controller of Infinity, one of the leading direct marketers of entertainment products and a service provider to other direct retailers, has no plans to switch.…
  • How to Pay Less for Payments

    Online retailers can reduce payment-processing costs in many ways, and more cost-saving options are coming. But more alternatives means it’s more important than ever for retailers to know how to play the game.

    Posted 05/30/2008Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Online retailers can reduce payment-processing costs in many ways, and more cost-saving options are coming. But more alternatives means it’s more important than ever for retailers to know how to play the game.
  • Lock It Up

    Under new MasterCard and Visa rules, retailers who store card data anywhere for any length of time will be responsible for data security. Here’s what retailers need to know to meet those rules.

    Posted 08/30/2004Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Under new MasterCard and Visa rules, retailers who store card data anywhere for any length of time will be responsible for data security. Here’s what retailers need to know to meet those rules.
  • Payments Processing

    Fraud continues to vex online merchants—and some look toward alternative payments.

    Posted 07/30/2003Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Fraud continues to vex online merchants—and some look toward alternative payments.
  • A new lawsuit challenges another MasterCard policy

    Paycom Billing Services Inc., which specializes in processing card transactions for web merchants, sues MasterCard claiming that the policy that charges back virtually all fraudulent transactions to online merchants is unfair.

    Posted 05/28/2003Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Paycom Billing Services Inc., which specializes in processing card transactions for web merchants, sues MasterCard claiming that the policy that charges back virtually all fraudulent transactions to online merchants is unfair.
  • It’s everywhere--except in overseas customers’ wallets

    Consumers outside the U.S. don’t carry credit cards to anywhere near the extent that U.S. consumers do. Now a group of former high-level credit card executives has formed a company to create e-check-style payments for retailers who want to sell to overseas customers.

    Posted 09/03/2002Internet RetailerPost a comment

    Consumers outside the U.S. don’t carry credit cards to anywhere near the extent that U.S. consumers do. Now a group of former high-level credit card executives has formed a company to create e-check-style payments for retailers who want to sell to overseas customers.
  • Into the Dustbin

    The throw-away culture comes to card payments on the web. Single-use card numbers could be the answer to online fraud.

    Posted 03/28/2002Internet RetailerPost a comment

    The throw-away culture comes to card payments on the web. Single-use card numbers could be the answer to online fraud.

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