Progress has been positive, but there are still thousands of ATMs across the U.S. that have yet to be migrated to be compliant with EMV. This presents an opportunity for operators who have older, non-EMV machines in their network to upgrade to more modern, higher-security solutions.
EMV compliance is a process that self-service equipment operators need to follow any time a new combination of payment device, software and gateway/processor is created.
If you are an IAD or ISO with processing agreements currently in force for independently owned, EMV-noncompliant ATM locations, the $64,000 chargeback question is ... "What are you going to do?"
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With less than a month to go before the VISA ATM liability shift deadline, you might expect a frantic, last-ditch effort by ATM operators to get their machines EMV-ready. But you would be wrong.
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Nearly 200,000 merchant-owned ATMs will not be EMV capable by the October Visa ATM liability shift deadline. So how does this movie end? While there are a number of possibilities, nearly all of them are opportunities for IADs who prepare now.
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It seems likely that only serious chargeback pain or terminal shutoff will prompt many US merchants to upgrade their ATMs to perform EMV transactions. Even then, we could see merchant terminal numbers decline by as much as 25 percent.
Arguments over whose ATMs are more likely to be skimmed are slipping into irrelevance as the industry faces its final EMV deadline four months from now and consumers learn more about what that means.
Company execs explained during an earnings call that the loss of income from 8,000 U.S. ATMs combined with delayed EMV migration, a growing constant currency gap, and integration of the company's largest-ever acquisition will make 2017 a year of adjustment.
While credit unions, banks and other ATM owners and operators continue to migrate their machines to EMV technology, the question remains: Will EMV ultimately solve the serious problem of fraud?
You might have reached "all ATM terminals go" EMV nirvana, but that doesn't necessarily mean that you're out of the chargeback zone — yet.
The ATM industry could benefit greatly from the banks' drive to implement new, consumer-driven contactless and smartphone-based technologies.
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The MasterCard liability shift date has arrived. Avoidance is no longer an option, so what's an unprepared ATM operator to do? Here's the view from a specialist in ATM-related law.