Over the next year, the face of payment systems as we know it is poised for a major overhaul.

Use this site as your resource for payments-based information.

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Card Doctor™

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The Liability Shift

The face of credit and debit payments is changing rapidly for merchants. Find out what we can do to help you make this a painless transition.


Personal Security

As we move into the 21st century, questions about securing your personal information abound. Check here for tips on what you can do to help protect yourself.

Mobile Payments

Google tried to make this a reality and failed. Will Apple pull off this transitional feat? We don’t know for certain yet, but we’re definitely keeping our eyes peeled.

The Shift to EMV.

Are you prepared?


Over the next year, there will likely be a number of changes to how your payments in stores will be happening. The type of cards for day-to-day use will also be changing. You’ve come to the right place to learn about what you need to do to be prepared. If you are a merchant, this is a great place to start to be ready for October 1, 2015.








The Times, They Are A Changin’…


Payments could be coming from your wireless-enabled devices in a short period of time. Keeping yourself secure will be important.

Apple made several exciting announcements on September 9 that could mean a major facelift to how we are used to conducting business. Google has tried in the past to make the same thing happen with little success. Almost 98% of the merchants across the United States currently don’t support this form of payment system. Our experts believe that we’re on the cusp of the next change. As a matter of fact, some of the upcoming features we are planning to offer will use this new payment method in a big way.

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Our experts all agree that this will be a rapidly changing industry over the next 3 to 5 years. We intend to keep you informed about what implications certain changes can mean, especially where your personal security is concerned.

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