Visa Chip Bytes: Webcasts to Help U.S. Clients Migrate to Chip Technology

Visa Chip Bytes is a series of webcasts that will help both issuance and acceptance stakeholders support the migration of chip in the U.S.  These brief courses (10 minutes each) provide a quick update on new or key activities associated with chip migration.  You will learn about topics such as terminal configuration, when to test, card procurement, and guidelines for merchants.  You can access this series and other chip information publicly at this website.

Topics

  1. When to Test - provides an overview of the requirements for testing chip terminals and when retesting will be needed. This includes FAQs for merchants and acquirers who are upgrading their terminals to chip.

  2. U.S. Terminal Configuration - provides a brief update on these solutions that may assist U.S. acquirers, processors, merchants and value-added resellers implementing chip. This will be especially of interest to merchants and acquirers who are upgrading their terminals to chip.

  3. Liability shift – provides a brief overview of the benefits of adopting the new chip technology and how Visa's EMV Chip Counterfeit Liability Shift may impact U.S. financial institutions, acquirers, and merchants when implementing chip.

  4. Contactless Terminal Testing Requirements - provides the contactless testing and reporting requirements which are similar to contact chip terminal testing. This reminder will benefit U.S. acquirers, processors, merchants and value-added resellers implementing NFC devices for acceptance of mobile payments.

  5. Guidelines for U.S. hotel, car rental, and restaurant merchants - provides clarification for travel & entertainment merchants with specific processes and procedures needed to support chip technology. This webcast will benefit US acquirers, processors, merchants and value-added resellers.

  6. Issuer Card Procurement and Management - outlines issuers’ steps and recommended practices in the card vendor and product selection process, and provides an overview of Visa’s card approval process.

  7. EMV Contactless Chip Acceptance - addresses Visa’s updated requirements for contactless chip acceptance and provides guidance for future terminal deployment planning. This will benefit U.S. acquirers, processors, merchants and value-added resellers implementing NFC devices for acceptance of mobile payments as well as those upgrading the point-of-sale acceptance environment to support contact chip.

  8. Quick Chip Card Acceptance - Discusses the what, why, and how behind the Quick Chip for EMV process that can now be used to speed up chip transactions at the point of sale.

Who Should View

  • Team members from operations, risk management, and customer service

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  • English
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