Monday, 23 December 2019 / Published in Networking
 
Paywiser officially passed PCI DSS external assessment by SIQ – Slovenian Institute of Quality and obtained the highest level of PCI DSS 3.2.1 compliance standard – level 1. With this Paywiser is confirming its transparent operations, regulatory compliance, secure data retention, and secure payment card payment processes.

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Thursday, 10 October 2019 / Published in Networking

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Online payments, as we know them, are changing. After September 14, 2019, all businesses and financial institutions in the EU and EEA states must comply with the regulatory technical standards (RTS) of the revised EU Payment Services Directive (PSD2), which has been in effect since January last year, and is tightening the rules and requirements for payment and card management. EBA – European Banking Authority will not enforce any action for companies doing business in Europe as of September 14, 2019, if they take the necessary steps to achieve compliance. The FCA – Financial Conduct Authority (UK) has opted for an 18-month extension and other national regulators will announce the mandatory implementation deadline at a later date.

What is PSD2 – Cardholder Authentication?

It is a directive (PSD) of the European Parliament that requires all payment providers to provide secure customer authentication (SCA), when performing payment services in the internal market, as a way to prevent card payment fraud.

How is strong customer authentication implemented?
With “3D Secure” – represents three domains that are part of the transaction:
1. Something that the user is (e.g., biometrics),
2. Something the user has (card, smart device),
3. Something the user knows (password, PIN, one-time code).

The new directive enforces the use of 3D Secure for online payments and contactless POS payments.

3D-Secure provides 2FA (Two Factor Authentication):

  • the first authentication is the CVV – Card Verification Value Code (is a three or four digit number on the back of the credit card);
  • the second authentication is a bank prompt (SMS with a code to be entered on the bank’s website).

Contactless POS payments already have SCA implemented, meaning that the terminal requires a PIN for every five contactless transactions or when the amount of contactless payments exceeds € 100.

For online payments, 3D Secure is required for every payment (one-time and periodic payments) over € 30.

Changes:

  • Customers without 3D Secure-enabled cards will no longer be able to make online purchases for amounts greater than € 30;
  • For any recurring payment over € 30, an immediate payment will be required (not required until now) – the amount will depend on the merchant (minimum value is 1 cent);
  • Merchants will not be able to make initial recurring payments over € 30 without the customer, as 3D-Secure will be required. 3D Secure will not be required for all the following payments. Some limits may still be set.
  • All merchants will need to have 3D Secure enabled.

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Thursday, 03 October 2019 / Published in Networking

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Banking Association of Slovenia has announced that from October 18, the amount that can be paid with a contactless card without entering a PIN will change. It will raise form 15€ to 25€. Therefore, if the amount is a maximum of 24.99€, the PIN won’t be necessary unless the customer reaches the maximum number of such purchases. The change applies to all Maestro, Mastercard and Visa cards.

POS terminals will be upgraded by the end of October, but the security element of an additional limit, which depends on the individual bank or savings bank and is set as the sum of the successive contactless payments made without entering a PIN remains. When this amount is exceeded, a PIN number must also be entered for amounts below 25€.

Exceptionally, you will also be required to enter a PIN for payments below 25€, if required by the POS terminal. According to our information, cards without the contactless payment will no longer be issued by the banks.

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Monday, 23 September 2019 / Published in Networking

PayWiser for WooCommerce

Brands StudioFACA

The Paywiser payment system is now available for online WooCommerce online.

 

 

 

 

PayWiser Payment Gateway for WooCommerce v2.x and v3.x. PayWiser payment services are developed on the basis of 20 years of experience in payment services in payment services, tested in practice and certified in accordance with all safety standards and good practices. Our goal is to provide secure, flexible and up-to-date payment methods that will enable you to make the best payment experience possible with your customers.

 

Payments:

  • Maestro
  • MasterCard
  • MasterCard Debit
  • Visa
  • Visa Electron
  • Moneta
  • SEPA
  • Soft Überweisung

Features:

  • Simple installation
  • No overwriting files
  • No developer skills required

Languages:

  • English

Installation:

  1. Download
  2. Upload file in “wp-content/plugins”
  3. Login into WP admin
  4. Go to Extensions > Extensions > Modules
  5. Turn on “PayWiser”
  6. Setup of “PayWiser”
  7. Save

Compatibility:

  • WooCommerce v2.x
  • WooCommerce v3.x

Available at: StudioFaca

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