Getting a merchant account doesn’t have to be complicated. You need to find the right acquiring bank that accepts your business model or, even easier, search for a reliable payment platform that will handle the merchant account opening process on your behalf.
There are many players on the market that can offer you better payment solutions, higher conversion rates, or a bigger set of features. So maybe it’s time for you to consider a new payment provider.
There are many APIs out there, so you need to know what makes a good payment API and how to choose one to make sure your payment experience runs smoothly. Read on to learn more.
The year 2021 will bring new rules for fraud prevention introduced by Visa. Here’s what you should know and how it can impact your online business.
Chargebacks were created to protect customers’ rights, but that doesn’t mean that its main goal is to hurt merchants. Did you know that you, as a merchant, also have chargeback rights?
Chargebacks are a fast-growing threat, especially when they are used by customers with malicious intent. What is chargeback fraud, how can you fight back, and what can you do to mitigate the number of customers issuing such chargebacks?
Adam Zamecki, our sales director, was a guest of the latest episode of The Payments Show Podcast. He talked about increasing revenue, the security of online payments, industry predictions, and the future of payment processing. Read on to learn more.
The last few months have brought challenging times to all industries. COVID-19 has sped up the shift in payments as many companies move to digital to survive. Payment platforms need to respond to demand.
Changing market trends, laws, and regulations, as well as increasing fraud and chargebacks, are only some of the challenges facing the gaming industry. And what about gaming payment processing? How can the right payment provider improve your bottom line?
A forex company can choose or be obligated to open segregated accounts for their customers so that the brokers’ money and the clients’ funds are not mixed up. What is a segregated account, and what are the benefits of such accounts?