Online payments provider PayLane has announced that it has been accepted onto Visa Europe Merchant Agents List.
The list was created by Visa as a means of decreasing doubts and controlling risk for customers using online payments. It provides details of payment-related service providers who comply with PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards) and have been approved by Visa as a company that offers full protection to their customers.
PayLane’s registration on the list thus provides confirmation for e-businesses of the safety and security of the company’s solutions with relation to customer transaction data.
The full Visa Merchant Agents list can be viewed here.
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