Updates from the Forum
- New Transit Contactless Open Payments Working Committee is launched
- Registration is open for the June Forum member meeting in Phoenix, AZ
- Forum recognizes top member contributors and honor roll for 2016
- Forum launches Mobile and Contactless Payments Working Committee
- Managing Card-Based Tip and Gratuity Payments for EMV Chip
Updated white paper on acceptance models for card-based tip and gratuity payments in an EMV chip environment.
- 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
- EMV Chargeback Best Practices
White paper discussing the appropriate treatment and mitigation of both counterfeit and lost/stolen chip liability shift chargebacks for contact chip cards used in attended transactions
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