Enabling 3D Secure 2.0 Transactions | PayPro Internet Payment Gateway

Enabling 3D Secure 2.0 Transactions | PayPro Internet Payment Gateway

Avoid disputes, reduce the risk of chargebacks and prevent fraudulent transactions. Allow your customers to make 3D Secure 2.0 card payments through PayPro’s Internet Payment Gateway. 

Digital commerce is the fastest growing area of payments as more and more consumers choose to make payments through their debit/credit cards. Consumers today have more ways to pay with their cards, whether through a web browser, mobile app, or any connected device. 3-D Secure has been around for years, it creates an authentication data connection between digital merchants, payment networks and financial institutions to be able to analyze and share more intelligence about transactions. The new 2.0 version of the technology enables a real-time, secure, information-sharing pipeline that merchants can use to send an unprecedented number of transaction attributes that the issuer can use to authenticate customers more accurately without asking for a static password or slowing down commerce. 

Please note that any non-3DS 2.0 card transaction will be declined on PayPro’s Internet Payment Gateway along with an error statement which tells you that your card is not updated to 3DS 2.0, and by default all banks are instructed to update 3DS 2.0 protocols on issued cards w.e.f. 1st October 2022. Therefore we want you to make sure that you activate 3DS 2.0 security protocols on your debit/credit cards by availing your phone banking service.
PayPro remains ahead of the curve as the leading payment gateway in the industry, with the most updated security protocols in place to prevent fraudulent transactions and mitigate merchant risk.
We appreciate your patronage and the confidence you have placed in us. We look forward to deliver better value and provide you with the best service in Pakistan.
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