Topics: Payment Systems

NATSO Bringing Annual NATSO Connect Show to Texas in 2023

NATSO Bringing Annual NATSO Connect Show to Texas in 2023

NATSO is excited to announce its annual in-person industry meeting next year, NATSO Connect, scheduled to take place March 7-10, 2023 at the Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center. New for this year’s conference are dedicated sections for vendors specializing in alternative fuels, technology, and innovation. More

Casey’s Grows Its Fleet Fuel Card Offerings​ [Podcast]

Casey’s Grows Its Fleet Fuel Card Offerings​ [Podcast]

Tony Spuzello, director, commercial fuels, Casey’s General Stores Inc. joined NATSO's podcast to share what they are doing to revamp and boost their commercial payment acceptance. More

NATSO Urges Treasury to Address Coin Circulation Problems

NATSO Urges Treasury to Address Coin Circulation Problems

In a letter addressed to Secretary Yellen, NATSO urged the Department of the Treasury to “raise public awareness of this coin circulation slowdown and the need to get coin moving in the economy.” More

Mitigate Risk, Make the Transition as the EMV Shift Deadline Approaches

Mitigate Risk, Make the Transition as the EMV Shift Deadline Approaches

The deadline for the installation of EMV readers at fuel dispenser stations takes place on April 17, and the liability shift could have significant consequences for fuel retailers who aren’t EMV compliant. More

April 16/17 Deadline for EMV Switch for Fuel Pumps Approaching Members Only Join or Login

The "liability shift" for fraudulent transactions between merchants and banks is currently April 1, 2021, for fuel pumps. More

Touchless Self Checkout Systems Are the Future [Podcast]

Touchless Self Checkout Systems Are the Future [Podcast]

Jack Hogan, Director of Strategic Partnerships with Mashgin, joins the podcast to talk about technology in the augmented checkout space. More

Prepare Now to Meet EMV Deadlines

Prepare Now to Meet EMV Deadlines

Credit cards are now being issued with an EMV chip, and business owners across the country have updated their point-of-sale systems to accommodate chip cards. The first point-of-sale requirements took effect in 2015, but another deadline is on the horizon—the EMV liability shift—and it will affect retailers. More

How to Upgrade to Meet the October 2020 EMV Shift [Podcast]

How to Upgrade to Meet the October 2020 EMV Shift [Podcast]

Podcast guest Dan Witkemper, Director, North America Payment at Gilbarco Veeder-Root, tells us what truckstops and travel centers should know about EMV chip technology to ensure they're ready by the 2020 deadline. More

Is Your Truckstop or Travel Center Ready for EMV?

Is Your Truckstop or Travel Center Ready for EMV?

Credit cards are now being issued with a small chip (called the EMV chip), and business owners across the country have had to update their point-of-sale systems to accommodate chip cards. The first point-of-sale requirements took effect in 2015, but another deadline is on the horizon. Fuel retailers have until Oct. 1, 2020, to install EMV chip-card readers at automated fuel dispensers. Here’s what you should know about EMV chip technology to ensure you’re ready by the 2020 deadline. More

Guidance on Visa, Mastercard Swipe Fee Class-Action Settlement

A federal Court has preliminarily approved a proposed settlement of a maximum of approximately $6.24 billion and a minimum of at least $5.54 billion in a class action lawsuit, called In re Payment Card Interchange Fee and Merchant Discount Antitrust Litigation, MDL 1720 (MKB) (JO). The lawsuit is about claims that merchants paid excessive fees to accept Visa and Mastercard cards because Visa and Mastercard, individually, and together with their respective member banks, violated the antitrust laws. A number of NATSO members who may be a part of this class have sought guidance as to how this process will proceed and what steps they should take as part of this process. More

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