Consumers checking out via Segpay’s default hosted payment page will soon be greeted with a cleaner, more modernized design that is consistent with the look and feel of Segpay’s consumer portal.
The new design not only looks better, but should also help facilitate a faster and more pleasant checkout experience for your consumers. Please look out for the updated page in the coming days, and let us know what you think!
Europe’s second, or revised, Payment Services Directive (PSD2) will change how banking is done in the EU by opening up the financial services industry to more competition. However, while PSD2 creates the opportunity to access new markets, it also imposes strict regulations to ensure that anyone handling consumer information or transferring payment data is doing it safely.
Continue reading “New Version of 3-D Secure Helps Merchants Comply with PSD2 in Europe”
In her latest piece for XBIZ.com, Cathy makes the case for getting out of our comfort zones and volunteering for advocacy groups. Using her own example, prior to serving on the Board of the Free Speech Coalition, Cathy says hadn’t fully grasped just how much groups such as FSC and countless others are doing to protect adult workers and create an environment in which the industry can continue to thrive. Only by getting involved did she appreciate the efforts of these groups, and she recommends the same for everyone who can devote some time:
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While XBIZ Miami is in full swing, the Segpay team will send a “split squad” (geeky baseball term) featuring Cathy, Caroline and Kristi to New Orleans for the SubSummit – a conference focused on subscription-based business.
Continue reading “Join Us at Our First SubSummit”
Throughout the year the Segpay team spans the country, and globe, to attend industry events. In the coming weeks we’ll be in San Francisco, New Orleans and Romania (Bucharest and Mamaia). But for now, we want to talk about the one time each year when the action comes to us. From May 28-31 XBIZ Miami brings the party to South Beach, just a short drive from Segpay HQ. Once again, festivities are at the Mondrian hotel. And once again, we’ll be there, sponsoring a number of activities on this year’s itinerary, including the following panel discussions:
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The Prostasia Foundation is hosting a full-day workshop called, Internet Platforms, Sexual Content and Child Protection, May 23rd from 9:30-6 in San Francisco, in which a diverse group of experts answers the important question:
How can Internet platforms protect children from abuse, while preserving space for legitimate sexual expression and discussion online, and minimizing risk?
Continue reading “Cathy to speak about the role of billers in protecting children online”
Our tagline is “All the way to paid.” Ultimately, that describes the most important thing Segpay does: make sure our merchants are paid. But many merchants need payouts sent to others, besides just themselves. From affiliate partners to models or other performers and contractors, merchants want to rely on their payment provider for a true end to end solution, from checkout to processing… all the way to paid – and that means everyone who needs to be paid.
Continue reading “Help design a new Segpay program: paying out affiliates, models and others”
Adult-site merchants doing business in the UK have until July 15th to implement age verification measures that ensure their consumers are at least 18 years of age. Previously, Segpay announced a collaboration with AVSecure, one of the leading providers of age verification solutions, to give Segpay merchants free access to a trusted resource for complying with this regulation. As part of this partnership, we’re also enabling UK consumers who verify through AVSecure to use Segpay as one of the approved methods for confirming they are over 18.
Continue reading “Segpay provides another option for age verification”
Starting today, merchants have the option to include in postback notifications a unique Payment Account ID that identifies the credit card used in transactions on the Segpay system – whether an initial sale, rebill or refund – giving merchants another way to identify their consumers. The Payment Account ID is sent as a secure tokenized value, allowing merchants to uniquely identify a card in a PCI-compliant way, without sending actual card numbers, or only relying on non-unique masking.
Continue reading “Unique card identifier gives merchants another anti-fraud tool”
Cathy’s latest XBIZ.com piece, Major Card Brands Roll Out New Changes, focuses on recent updates from Visa and Mastercard aimed at reducing chargebacks, while highlighting advances in the anti-chargeback tools at our disposal, including 3-D Secure 2.0 and Visa’s Merchant Purchase Inquiry program.
While rules are getting stricter, the tools we can use to fight chargebacks are stronger than ever…. (Visa) will allow processors supporting VMPI to respond to a bank inquiry almost immediately, ensuring it does not become a chargeback.
Read the article on XBIZ.com.