American Express No Longer Charging Merchants EMV Chargeback Fees Under $25

American Express announced that by the end of August 2016, the company will not hold merchants responsible for fraudulent charges that are less than $25.00. Since the EMV liability shift in October 2015, merchants are now financially responsible for EMV chargeback fees for all fraudulent EMV credit card transactions. […]

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Scottsdale Chamber Friday Forum: Protecting Businesses With EMV And Credit Card Processing 101

MiCamp is proud to announce that we’ll be speaking at the Friday Forum at the Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce on May 20, 2016. We’ll discuss EMV, the liability shift, and how business owners can protect themselves against credit card fraud.
EMV is a global security standard that involves microprocessor […]

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