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Business Update – CURRENCY MANDATE

Effective 13 October 2017, Visa and Mastercard have changed currency exponent values for Chilean peso and Ugandan shilling to align with ISO standards and other card schemes. This change will help to eliminate false declines or at-risk approvals caused by differences in currency exponent values.

This new mandate requires transactions denominated in Chilean peso and Ugandan shilling to be submitted using zero minor units instead of two minor units as they are currently submitted.

Furthermore, Visa is introducing a new three-digit alpha country code “TKL” for the country of Tokelau

Security statement

Security is our top priority at Trust Payments and we strive to ensure that all data is kept secure at all times We keep all customer data safe with AES256 encryption, SSL Certificates, and a minimum of TLS1.2, between your website and our datacentres.

Our systems are scanned quarterly using the Qualys PCI Platform, an independent Qualified Security Assessor (QSA) and approved vendors – Omnicybersecurity (UK) & Forgenix (US) – to ensure compliance with the security requirements of the card schemes.

We follow a number of rigorous security procedures on a daily basis including, but not limited to, continuous monitoring of our perimeter, dark web monitoring, and internal checks to ensure that CIA triad is maintained at all times.

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