Updates from the Forum
- Registration is open for the Sept. 13th U.S. Payments Forum EMV Contactless Testing & Certification Workshop for VARs, ISVs and ISOs
- Registration for the September Forum member meeting is open
- Forum publishes Summer 2017 Market Snapshot
- New Transit Contactless Open Payments Working Committee is launched
- Forum launches Mobile and Contactless Payments Working Committee
- Implementing EMV in the U.S.: How the U.S. Common Debit AIDs Facilitate Debit Transaction Routing and Ensure Durbin Compliance
Video recording providing an overview of the U.S. Common Debit AIDs and how they facilitate debit transaction routing and ensure Durbin compliance.
- Understanding the U.S. EMV Fraud Liability Shifts
- White paper reviewing payment network liability shifts for counterfeit and lost-or-stolen fraud, for POS devices, ATMs, and AFDs
- EMV Receipt Best Practices
White paper reviewing recommendations and requirements for data elements found on receipts for chip-on-chip transactions
- CNP Fraud around the World
- White paper reviewing the status of CNP fraud in countries that have migrated or are in the process of migrating to EMV
- EMV Testing and Certification: Current Global Payment Network Requirements for the U.S. Acquiring Community
Updated white paper providing current acquirer host and EMV chip terminal testing requirements
- Optimizing Transaction Time at the POS
White paper discussing three categories of approaches to help speed transactions at the POS
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