Articles by Jonathan Corona
Online transactions have become an integral part of our daily lives — and payment gateways play a vital behind-the-scenes role in ensuring these transactions are seamless and secure.
In a world saturated with misinformation and deceit, knowing the truth is paramount. This is doubly true in finance and banking, where maintaining credibility is essential.
Your payment page is the moment of truth for each person who visits your website. It’s the final chance for them to decide whether they want to remain just a visitor or become a paying customer.
Cam and fan site operators have a responsibility to know their content providers and performers. Accusations of underage or unverified individuals appearing on screen can be highly detrimental to a business.
With more people shopping online than ever before, digital payments have become the norm, driving unprecedented growth in the industry.
It’s no secret that chargebacks can be a major pain point for business owners. Not only do they lead to lost profits, but they can also increase the risk of fraud and damage customer relationships.
The global pandemic with which I share a name catalyzed a sizeable shift in the digital movement of money. According to Visa, annual ecommerce growth was 20% and person-to-person payments grew to $378 billion in 2021.
The demand for adult content is booming, and merchants in the industry are under pressure to meet customer demands regarding both products and services while also ensuring the whole customer experience is simple, pleasant and — most importantly — secure.
The ways consumers can spend their money are constantly evolving, becoming easier and more streamlined. Setting up your business to accept various types of payments should be just as simple.
There are many things to consider when shopping for the perfect payment gateway for your small business. Most of the top payment platforms for small businesses have several significant features and offer functionalities that enhance the payment experience for both merchants and their customers.
It’s getting to be that time of year already and soon the shopping season will be in full swing. Before people had even settled on an idea for a Halloween costume last month, businesses were already shifting their focus to the holidays, kicking off another madcap spending season.
During the process of starting a new business, you will eventually come across a term that you may not have previously heard: KYC. It stands for “Know Your Customer,” and it is one of the first and most important steps you will need to take in order to get your company off the ground.
A little under a year ago in this publication, I wrote about my company’s plans to integrate with Visa’s Rapid Dispute Resolution, and explained in detail how RDR works to reduce chargebacks. Now, approximately 11 months later, we are happy to report it’s working as intended.
Despite the enormous interest that traditional banks have in protecting the integrity and security of transactions, ecommerce fraud remains far more common than most people realize.
As a successful merchant, avoiding fraudulent transactions is most likely a high priority for you. Chargeback management can seem daunting to both new and experienced business owners.
Nearly everyone reading this has heard of Costco, the wholesale warehouse. They’re known for great deals if you’re okay with buying in bulk — and enjoying some hot weiners with a soft drink for a dollar and a half on your way out.
This month I am going to discuss relationships and how important they are. While there is no question that relationships are important to your personal well-being, they are also important to your business’ well-being.
At the end of 2021, Mastercard implemented new rules regarding “negative option billing,” with even more rules going into effect on June 8, 2022.
I guess it’s finally time to put away the Christmas lights and get serious about those New Year’s resolutions. It is also an excellent time to review your merchant processing setup to make sure you have the best system in place for your business.
If personal fitness was among your New Year’s resolutions, great! Fitness is essential for your overall health and well-being — and the same can be said about ensuring the “fitness” of your business.