Credit Card Processing for Accepting Non-Profits

Running a successful business is tough, and some say that running a successful nonprofit it tougher. Nothing is worse than having a great idea for a non-profit, and being clueless as to how to get started, and afterwards how to grow it. 2016 is here, and it is the perfect time to realize your dreams

New Report Reveals Irresponsible Spending is not the Main Cause of Credit Card Debt

It was previously believed that irresponsible spending habits were the cause of credit card debt in the U.S. However, the recent report, The Debt Disparity: What Drives Credit Card Debt in America, has shed new light on the issue. The national survey of 1,997 households has revealed that credit card debt accumulates for working age

Two New Attacks on Credit Card Information

Business owners and Customers show little concern Perhaps the most noticeable fallout from Target’s massive credit card security breach last year is how little impact it had on small business owners. Data protection, a recent poll reveals, is still on the back burner for small business owners—who have barely any interest regarding the Europay-MasterCard-Visa (EMV)

First Data Corp. And Visa Strike First Deal for Anti-Fraud Measures

The first accord has been struck between the major credit card companies, Visa and MasterCard, and a debit network, First Data Corp., with the looming transition to new electronic payment processes. The swelling incidents of credit card fraud was put in the spotlight with Target Corp.’s security breach late last year. As the credit and

Mercury Payment Systems, LLC Brought to Federal Court by Heartland Payment Systems

Heartland Payment Systems (NYSE:HPY) filed a lawsuit against Mercury Payment Systems accusing them of deceptive pricing practices with the aim of securing new retail customers and the maintaining of existing merchants. The deceptive practices also include false advertising, intentional interference with contractual relations and prospective economic advantage, and unfair payments. The lawsuit, filed in the

OnlyCoin: The Future of Card Payments?

OnlyCoin (or “Coin” as it is otherwise known) is an exciting start-up hoping to change the way we use card payments. The San Francisco-based team have created one electronic plastic card which is shaped like a credit card. Coin allows you to load up to eight cards onto a single plastic device and this includes