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Small Business Saturday: Bayside Marketplace Kicks Off E-Chip Miami Readiness

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Gwyn Lloyd-Hughes 305-577-3344 Gwyn.lloyd-hughes@ggp.com Bayside Marketplace Kicks Off E-Chip Miami Readiness A payment paradigm shift is underway and Miami business owners do not want to be left behind. In October 2015,...

PRESIDENT OBAMA SIGNS EXECUTIVE ORDER / CHIP TECHNOLOGY – E CHIP READINESS

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THE ARGUMENT AGAINST LEAPFROGGING EMV AND GOING STRAIGHT TO MOBILE

EMV is getting real in the US as consumers are now getting chip cards in the mail. But if it’s going to take many years before all merchants are able to accept chip cards and all consumers carry them, why not skip straight EMV and go straight to mobile,...

Bayside Marketplace leading the way to E-Chip Miami Readiness

Are you EMV ready? Well, the merchants at Bayside Marketplace are leading the way to becoming E-Chip compliant. By October 2015, all credit cards will be imbedded with a high tech chip that will improve payment security. The City of Miami Mayor Tomas...

Credit Card EMV Issuance and POS Reterminalization in the United States – Preparing for 2015: The Year of the Liability Shift

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Research and Markets (http://www.researchandmarkets.com/research/5665mx/preparing_for) has announced the addition of the “Preparing for 2015: The Year of the Liability Shift” report to their offering. “Preparing...

A chip in your credit card? Here’s what to expect…

Credit card issuers in the United States are switching to chip technology in an effort to fight fraud. But what does that mean for you? EMV, magnetic stripe, chip and signature — it can be confusing. We asked experts to break it down for you and explain...

Bayside Set to Accept New E Chip Credit Cards

Bayside Marketplace is one of the first shopping centers in South Florida to begin accepting a new type of credit card intended to prevent fraud. The new cards have an electronic chip inside that require special readers. NBC 6 first told you about the...