WASHINGTON — With the support of the National Retail Federation here, Visa has launched an effort to reduce unnecessary storage of sensitive card information in merchant payment systems. As part of that effort, Visa is clarifying that existing operating regulations allow merchants to present a truncated, disguised or masked card number on a transaction receipt to banks for dispute resolution in place of the full 16-digit card number. “We have long advocated that retailers should not be ...
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