Lifestyle changes and the recent pandemic have transformed the way people shop. The vast majority have gone online, and there’s no indication this trend will change any time soon. That’s why your checkout page needs to shine. Let’s look at seven telltale signs that indicate you need a new payment provider.
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.
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?
Selecting a credit card processor is not the easiest task, and the same goes for providers that offer a subscription merchant account. When do you need a recurring merchant account, and what are the benefits of having one?
If you are running an online business that accepts online payments, you must have stumbled upon various payment processors like PayPal, Square, or Stripe. These three are probably the most popular online payment brands in the world and the first choice for most startups and new merchants.
Every business accepting online payments needs to have at least one of these: a merchant account, a payment service provider account, or a payment gateway.
Forex stands for Foreign Exchange and is used to refer to a global market where foreign currencies are bought, sold, traded, and speculated on.
As fast, real-time payments are a no-brainer today, consumers expect the same from payouts, refunds, and disbursements. So, here’s what an OCT is for.