Get to Know a Segpay Employee: Jeff

Up to this point, our Get to Know a Segpay Employee series has focused on newer members of the team. However, today we are profiling a true Segpay veteran, our VP of Operations, Jeff Rosenzweig. Many of you probably know Jeff already, but there is always more to the story when it comes to “The Real Rosey” (or were we not supposed to mention that name?) 🙂

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We Won!

Actually, Cathy won. She was named Business Woman of the Year (!) at the 2018 YNOT Awards, announced September 15th in Prague, and we couldn’t be prouder. You may recall that Cathy was nominated back in July. Apparently, lots of people voted for her. 🙂  If you were one of them, thank you! And thanks again to YNOT for nominating Cathy and Segpay. Cathy recorded some words of her own to share her appreciation:

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Reduce Risk by Verifying a Cardholder’s Identity Up Front

Earlier this year, YNOT.com interviewed Segpay’s Cathy Beardsley and Jeff Rosenzweig about our plans for 2018. Those plans included a verification feature to ensure cardholders are who they say they are. As of today, that feature is available to merchants who want to bolster their fraud defenses with another layer of security.

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Segpay Partners with AVSecure for Age Verification

AVSecureWe recently teamed with AVSecure to help offer age verification solutions to our clients.

Cathy Beardsley, President and CEO of Segpay said, “The partnership with AVSecure is important to us and our clients because this is a very effective age-verification solution for the industry. We will recommend AVSecure to our clients, as we have confidence in their technology and people.”

Read the full announcement here.

New Phishing Warning is a Reminder to Think Before You Click

Phishing scams have been around for a long time, but just in case you’re not familiar with the term: phishing generally refers to scammy emails that look legitimate but are meant to trick you into sharing some personal information, or clicking on a bogus link that looks like it comes from a legit source.

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