Great news: the ability to use cross-selling to entice consumers with related items at the point of sale is now available in the Merchant Portal, with even more options than you had in our old Suite.
You may recall seeing our announcement in December that Segpay is upgrading to TLS 1.2 encryption soon and ending support for older versions of TLS.. As a reminder, when this happens, anyone attempting to submit payment through Segpay must be on a browser that supports TLS 1.2 or their payment won’t go through.
XBIZ has published another article by Segpay CEO Cathy Beardsley – this one based on some of the ideas for using retention offers to improve churn rates that we shared here earlier this year. Cathy expanded on those ideas for this article, titled “Burn the Churn” in XBIZ’s April issue.
The Phoenix Forum wrapped up this past Sunday, March 25th, and Segpay joins in thanking the show hosts, sponsors and everyone who attended and made it a successful event.
What is Segpay’s Reporting Service (SRS)? In a nutshell, it’s just what the headline above says: a way to make your life easier – assuming, of course, you are a merchant processing payments with Segpay. SRS lets you automate and/or simplify consumer support tasks and the retrieval of key stats about your transactions, all via http requests from your system to Segpay’s.
In the March issue of XBIZ, Segpay CEO Cathy Beardsley authored a story on the legal complications of processing payments for cannabis-based businesses, even as more states clear the way for the legal consumption of these products.
New in the Merchant Portal this week: view recent cancellations and expirations; and learn more about unsuccessful rebills, including the date of the next billing attempt.
Segpay is heading to the desert once again for the annual Phoenix Forum, March 22-25 at the Tempe Mission Palms Hotel.
Those involved in the cryptocurrency markets are familiar with the process for funding an exchange account to make trades. However, if you use a credit card to fund your account, chances are you will start seeing an additional transaction fee. Both Visa and MasterCard have clarified the Merchant Category (MCC) Codes used to classify these transactions, and the result is higher fees for consumers.
We are back from Colombia after an enjoyable stay in Cali, and a productive three days at Lalexpo 2018. This year’s show went very smoothly, after a few bumps last year, with attendance continuing to grow every year since our first visit in 2016.