Dustin leads Nuvei's Strategic Accounts Program, along with its partner team. With over 10 years of electronic payments industry experience, he was previously managing partner of a successful payment processing company catering to hard-to-place merchant accounts.
When you operate an eCommerce business, international sales are exciting. It serves as a sign that your business is growing. However, international eCommerce also exposes your business to more fraud opportunities, which potentially imposes serious costs on you and your business. Taking steps to detect and avoid fraud can help you grow more safely into international sales.
As the holidays approach, more customers than ever will be shopping online. If you don't have the ability to process these transactions quickly and effectively, you are costing yourself sales. Focus on these strategies to make sure you are ready for a successful holiday shopping season.
Growth in eCommerce has continued steadily for years. As you ramp up your eCommerce activity, make sure your payment gateway can protect your customers and your business from online fraud.
If you run a business, you need more than ever to be able to process credit and debit card payments so you can sell online. But friendly fraud can cut into your bottom line, and even your ability to continue to process payments. So it's crucial you know what it is and how to prevent it.
Many payment processing partners refuse to take on high-risk accounts, often resulting in merchant services providers steering clear of them. But teaming up with the right processing partner will allow you take on these accounts and enhance your bottom line.
Obtaining payment processing and merchant services accounts can be difficult for entrepreneurs in certain industries. This creates a niche you can help serve while also generating strong profits as a merchant accounts reseller.
Depending on the circumstances and the business goals, a high-risk label can create advantages for the bottom line.
It's in the merchant's best interest to maintain PCI Compliance in order to reduce risk of a data breach which may lead to the compromise of sensitive cardholder information.