Through an existing partnership with two major banks, Instabill can now offer EMV credit card point-of-sale devices for mobile POS merchants. Merchants who earn approvals with Instabill, and who have an account with POS technology provider CardFlight, can take advantage of this new offering via two of Instabill’s domestic banking partners.
For merchants to take advantage of Instabill’s mobile EMV POS solution, they need two things:
Upon an approval of a merchant account, one of Instabill’s domestic banking partners will integrate the merchant account with Cardflight, enabling EMV credit card transactions.
“This offering is crucial to merchants who want to process transactions from EMV credit cards,” said Wendy Jacques, Sales Manager at Instabill. “We are hopeful that this will bring us more point of sale merchants interested in partnering with us.”
There are two huge advantages with our new mobile EMV POS solution:
EMV, which stands for EuroCard, MasterCard and Visa, is method of payment that involves a microchip that holds and secures payment information relevant to a single transaction. EMV credit cards significantly lessen the risk of the use of counterfeit credit cards.
On Oct. 1, 2015, the EMV liability shift went into effect which required all POS merchants to acquire POS hardware to accept the more secure EMV credit cards. Not all merchants have been compliant thus far, but EMV is the direction the U.S. payments landscape is headed.
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