EXUSMED™ Selects TrustCommerce as Payment Solutions Provider

IRVINE, California, January 31, 2014 — TrustCommerce, a leading provider of Point-to-Point Encryption (P2PE) payment solutions, is pleased to announce that we have been selected by EXUSMED™ to provide secure payment processing and risk management solutions for EXUSMED’s new national advanced health maintenance programs. EXUSMED is a corporation offering affordable remote primary health care solutions for both patients and providers.

TrustCommerce will provide EXUSMED a seamless electronic payment processing service that will offer a broad range of easy-to-integrate products for both patients and providers with a focus on security, data protection and risk mitigation.

Have You Tried Dynamic Reporting?

When something new is available, are you the first to try it? Or, do you like to stay in your comfort zone? If you have been approaching your reporting tasks routinely, following the same processes, you might want to take a look at the Dynamic Reporting feature included with your TC Vault account. Although Dynamic Reporting is robust and features many customizable options, it is easy to learn how to use. Building a custom report is fast, easy and most importantly it can make your reporting activities more efficient.

5 Tips to Reduce Holiday Shopping Fraud

As consumers, it is easy to get caught up in the excitement of the holiday season and drop our guard when it comes to safe shopping. The increasing balances on credit cards often result in people not checking their statements until after the holiday season.  In a rush to make purchases, caution may take a back seat to convenience and the prevalence of goodwill may convince some shoppers that criminals wouldn’t take advantage of the holiday season. Unfortunately, the holiday season is when criminals are often most active.

Secure Payment Acceptance in a Dynamic Environment

Life was simpler way back when. Some of you may remember when televisions only had three channels. A pencil or typewriter was your primary means of written communication. When you made a purchase or paid a bill, you mailed a check or paid cash at the register. Choices were limited, but simplicity appeared to make everything a little more manageable.

Innovations have lead to more choices and greater convenience—especially in our payments world. Think of all the ways consumers pay today: cash, check, credit cards, ACH/e-check, debit cards, gift cards, etc. Merchants also have a multitude of ways to accept payments: POS, online, automated recurring billing, SMS, mail order/telephone order, kiosks, integrated voice recognition (IVR), mobile devices—you name it.