Although the jury is still out as to whether the Summer Olympics in Brazil will serve as a vital lifeline or a costly folly, there is one aspect that inspires universal agreement: Olympic participants, hundreds of thousands of visiting fans, and even native Brazilians need to feel secure and comfortable when making purchases in a country well known for its credit card cloning activities. Here are several examples of how to win in the payment Olympics.
CNP Expo was held May 24-26 at Loews Pacific Resort in Orlando. While card not present payments, fraud prevention, and handling of chargebacks were prevalent themes at the show, an awful lot of attention was paid to cross-border ecommerce. Here are 6 of the top cross-border ecommerce tips from CNP Expo speakers
Aside from the uncertainty regarding the longevity of these payment solutions, there is also the question of regional preferences. A solution which may be appropriate for one area of the world might not work at another. Before making a decision, let’s take a look at some of the payment options available at the beginning of 2016.
Linio, Latin America’s largest ecommerce store, has selected Payoneer Inc. to power its payments to sellers worldwide. The partnership will provide international sellers access to the estimated $88 billion Latin-American ecommerce market through Linio’s 8 localized platforms, by allowing them to receive their funds using Payoneer’s payment solutions.