Topics: EMV

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

How will Next Month’s EMV Shift Impact Your Travel Center Financially, from Fees to Equipment Investments

How will Next Month’s EMV Shift Impact Your Travel Center Financially, from Fees to Equipment Investments

On March 18, 2021 at 1:30 p.m. eastern NATSO and Gilbarco Veeder-Root are partnering to offer a webinar on the EMV shift at the pump. Experts will walk listeners through the financial implications of the shift, equipment options including retrofits and point-of-sale systems and more.  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

Visa Announces EMV Deadline Delay

Visa Announces EMV Deadline Delay

Visa announced today that it will delay the Oct. 1 deadline for the installation of EMV readers at fuel dispenser stations. Visa’s deadline has been extended to Apr. 17, 2021. 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

Your Travel Center Should Prepare Now for the 2020 EMV Shift to Avoid Increased Liability

Your Travel Center Should Prepare Now for the 2020 EMV Shift to Avoid Increased Liability

Do you have any idea what the impact of the EMV liability shift is going to be at your location if you are not complaint? The shift of liability drops on Oct. 1, 2020, in the retail world. That includes us, truckstop and travel center operators. More

EMV Shift & Truckstops: One Year Later Members Only Join or Login

Truckstop and travel plaza operators along with the entire retail industry are still working to comply with the EMV shift—the move to align credit and debit cards in the United States with proprietary chip technology—that took effect Oct. 1, 2015. Under the new requirements, merchants have to adopt EMV-compliant devices for in-store sales or assume the liability for fraudulent transactions. More

Kroger Sues Visa Over Signature vs. PIN in Debit Transactions

The lawsuit is just the latest in a series of lawsuits that large merchants have filed against credit card companies over restrictions on PIN authentication. NATSO continues to actively urge members of Congress to examine the payments system, arguing that PIN authentication is the most secure, cost-effective solution. More

Credit Card Companies Announce Plans to Expedite EMV Equipment Certification, Reduce Chargebacks

Recognizing the growing and unacceptable problem with chargebacks, Visa has announced modifications to EMV certification and chargeback requirements, and shortly thereafter MasterCard and American Express followed suit. These announcements undoubtedly came in response to growing pressure from retailers and their advocates that the EMV liability shift has resulted in an excessive and unfair increase in chargebacks that retailers have absorbed, often with no viable method for avoiding them. More

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