Better late than never to announce that Segpay won Billing Company of the Year at this year’s AW Summit, Europe’s largest webcam industry show!
Please check out the latest article from Segpay CEO Cathy Beardsley in the June issue of XBIZ World. The article, Payment Processing Challenges Facing the Cam Market, discusses the huge growth of the Cam space, and its unique risks.
Great news, we were re-certified as a licensed Payment Institution in the UK, which means Segpay complies with the new PSD2 directive in the EU, and can continue providing payment services in the UK and EU. From our official announcement:
Compliance with PSD2’s stronger requirements on data security and consumer protections maintains Segpay’s reputation as a secure, trusted provider,” said Cathy Beardsley, CEO of Segpay. “Our policies and procedures are ahead of our competitors and receiving this authorization demonstrates our continued commitment to go above and beyond to be a leader in compliance.
If you followed the recent news that cannabis decriminalization is being discussed in Congress, you’re probably aware of how confusing it’s been for marijuana-based businesses, banks and payment processors to navigate the conflicting state and federal laws governing the sale of these increasingly legal products. Segpay has been on top of this issue for some time now. In a March article on XBiz.com, our CEO Cathy Beardsley weighed in on the future of handling payments for cannabis, and now this month PaymentsSource has published a similar article by Cathy arguing for the type of Congressional action that appears (finally) to be gaining momentum:
XBIZ has published another article by Segpay CEO Cathy Beardsley – this one based on some of the ideas for using retention offers to improve churn rates that we shared here earlier this year. Cathy expanded on those ideas for this article, titled “Burn the Churn” in XBIZ’s April issue.
In the March issue of XBIZ, Segpay CEO Cathy Beardsley authored a story on the legal complications of processing payments for cannabis-based businesses, even as more states clear the way for the legal consumption of these products.
Everyone likes a fresh start to the new year, and we are no different. Last week at the Internext and XBiz shows Segpay unveiled a new logo and branding.
SegPay CEO Cathy Beardsley was quoted in three recent pieces covering billing trends on XBiz.com.
Credit Card Processing Today: Decline or Dominance? looks at the current, and future, payment landscape amid the growing number of payment options available:
Product and marketing strategies tend to get the most attention while running a business day-to-day – making it easy to lose sight of the little things that help sustain a successful operation. In her latest piece published on XBiz.com, SegPay’s CEO Cathy Beardsley lays out a list of 13 essential (if non-sexy) steps that some businesses overlook at their peril:
Please read XBiz.com’s informative look at best billing practices for merchants, published this week. We appreciate that they asked SegPay to participate and we (of course) highly recommend the article. There’s lots of helpful information in there, including the following quote from our CEO Cathy Beardsley about the importance of being prepared for audits:
“At any given time, we can be called for an audit by our acquiring or operating banks. We, as billers, are required to have all our KYC (Know Your Customer) documents up to date, and all sites in compliance, both in terms of content and website documentation (e.g. merchant address included on the website),” Beardsley explains. “As a merchant, it is crucial that you keep your business records up to date. How well organized SegPay is in the eyes of the card brands, acquirers and other banking institutions goes a long way in our success.”