PCI FAQs and Myths

Payment Card Industry (aka PCI) compliance is a group of guidelines that oversees data security across a series of credit and debit card payments. Businesses must to comply with these rules outlined by the PCI Security Standards Council in order for their merchant account to remain in good standing.

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Every business that accepts credit/debit cards needs to obey these PCI standards, no matter what processing method they use. BluePay has put together a slideshow guide, answering some FAQ’s along with deflating some myths surrounding PCI compliance.

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