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Credit Cardholders’ Bill of Rights Act of 2009: a discussion of commodity

NOTE: This will be first in a 3 part series on this topic. * As is my want, reading the extensive online analysis of H.R. 627 has caused my brain to wander off in strange tangential directions. This post started… continue reading »

Payments Basics: Commerce Security Fundamentals

Very complex, detailed content.  Whets the appetite for more. It is probably best to start this post with a disclaimer.  I am not a Qualified Security Assessor (QSA). . .I do not sit on the PCI Security Standards Council. .… continue reading »

Payment Processing Made Easy: an article

In advance of the training event, referenced below, author Shari Gould has written an article entitled Payment Processing Made Easy.  The article itself, located here, is an excellent primer of the material that I will be covering in the… continue reading »

Payment Tender Adoption: It’s Not About the Card

As I mentioned Monday, I spent the last few days at the PrePaid Card Expo in Las Vegas. The PrePaid segment has always been rather intriguing to me.  The "bucket" of PrePaid encompasses a vast range of implementation and workflows. … continue reading »

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