If you run a brick-and-mortar shop, before concluding a payment card transaction, remember to make sure that:
If you run an online shop, you are not able to verify the payer on your own, therefore in eService we provide you with a large number of modern security systems that protect you from a potential fraud.
This system is a transaction security standard that works by identifying the card holder with the use of an additional, most frequently one-time password, either generated by TOKEN or received via a text message. To avoid other people obtaining the password, it is not used with transactions that require the physical presence of the card; therefore, it is never identical with the PIN code.
SSL (Secure Socket Layer) is a cryptographic protocol to provide security of information sent.
The latest methods of data encryption guarantee reliable security of the transactions made.