EMV Migration Forum Releases Comprehensive Guide for Implementing EMV Chip Technology at the ATM

Princeton Junction, N.J., August 28, 2014 – ATM owners and operators have been urged to begin planning for U.S. EMV chip migration as soon as possible to protect themselves from potential fraud losses. To assist with the migration, the EMV Migration Forum today released a comprehensive white paper to serve as an educational guide for ATM providers, acquirers, processors and vendors preparing to implement EMV at the ATM in the U.S.

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EMV Migration Forum Reaches Two Year Anniversary Supporting U.S. Migration to EMV Chip Payments

Princeton Junction, N.J., August 26, 2014–Since its formation two years ago this summer, the EMV Migration Forum has played an integral role in the acceleration of the U.S. migration to chip card technology. The Forum has reported tremendous progress two years into the U.S. migration, estimating that the payments industry is on track to see 100 million or more EMV chip cards issued, and more than double the number of chip-capable terminals to an estimated 4.5 million installed in the market by year end.

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EMV Migration Forum and National Retail Federation to Co-Host Webinar on Top Merchant Considerations for U.S. EMV Chip Migration

Webinar to be held September 11

Princeton Junction, N.J., August 25, 2014–With 100 million EMV chip cards expected to be issued to U.S. consumers by year end, merchants need resources on when and how to enable acceptance of the new chip cards. To provide this essential education, the EMV Migration Forum is partnering with the National Retail Federation (NRF) on the webinar, “Merchant Considerations for U.S. Chip Migration.”

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