We have the terminals, equipment, and know how to make sure you have the best processing solution possible. If you need an on-the-go processing solution for you to take with you:
Ideal for delivery services, taxi/car services, contractors, flea markets or any business that accepts payments off-site. Wireless delivers a truly flexible payment solution. Similar in form and function to a standard terminal, this secure, PCI-compliant payment terminal features a large display screen and integrated receipt printer.
Mobile payments are becoming increasingly popular and we are proud to deliver the best program out there to serve this market. Compatible with Apple, Android, Blackberry and Windows Mobile devices, this application enables merchants to quickly, easily and securely accept credit and debit card payments through their smart phone or tablet, anytime, anywhere.
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Our secure payment gateway is the perfect way for businesses to process transactions over the Internet. Authorize.Net is the ideal solution for online-only retailers as well as brick and mortar merchants trying to develop a new sales channel. This e-Commerce solution integrates seamlessly and easily with your existing website.
We offer PC-based credit and purchasing card processing solutions that are cost effective alternatives to traditional POS equipment.
Our programs work with your existing PC. Just log into our secure site to start accepting payments and processing transactions from almost anywhere.
Keeping our merchant account holders educated on industry mandates and liability shifts is a vital part of what CBMS is doing to deliver the highest standards of customer service. Utilizing EMV equipment and sharing crucial updates with our account holders has reduced liabilities and potentially expensive fines from ever being assessed to the merchants. Read more below about how EMV has impacted thie industry since 2015.
Previously, the liability for most counterfeit card fraud that occured at retailers in-store locations was with the card issuers. Beginning in October 2015, that liability shifted to the merchants in certain cases unless they had replaced or upgraded their card acceptance and processing systems to use chip-enabled devices and applications to process payment transactions. With the October implementation, many card issuers, merchants and processors implementing EMV chip technology are asking, “Who is liable for what and when under these fraud liability shifts?”
The EMV Migration Forum white paper, "Understanding the 2015 U.S. Fraud Liability Shifts", provides information collected from certain payment networks to assist merchants, acquirers, processors and others implementing EMV chip technology in the U.S. to better understand liability shifts. This document simplifies essential information surrounding the liability shifts to help stakeholders meet these dates and to streamline the migration to chip technology. The following liability shifts and payment networks are addressed in the white paper.