Electronic Commerce International Protects Merchants From Cybercriminals and Data Breaches

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In light of the highly publicized data breaches at Target and Neiman Marcus in recent months, Electronic Commerce International is issuing a statement reminding merchants that their data, including customers’ credit card information, is safe with ECI. ECI is a First Data ISO, providing merchants with protection from even the most sophisticated cybercriminals seeking to compromise cardholder payment data.

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We offer unparalleled protection to merchants and their customers, at an affordable price of just pennies per transaction.

In recent months, high-profile department stores Target and Neiman Marcus have fallen victim to cybercriminals and in the process their data, along with millions of customers’ credit card information, suffered a major breach (1). Electronic Commerce International, a leader in payment processing solutions and business services, today issued a statement to ensure their merchants that ECI continues to be a trusted partner in protecting merchants from similar data breaches and cyber-attacks.

“As we’ve seen with the recent data breaches at Neiman Marcus and Target, in which millions of customers’ credit and debit card information was compromised, it’s clear that cybercriminals are a very serious threat to merchants and consumers,” stated Jim Anderson, CEO of ECI. “As a First Data ISO, we offer unparalleled protection to merchants and their customers, at an affordable price of just pennies per transaction.”

ECI knows how important it is to protect merchants from sophisticated cybercrimes, and understands what it takes to stay one step ahead of the most advanced cyber criminals.

As a First Data ISO, ECI knows that the best way to reduce cardholder risk is to ensure that consumer credit and debit card information is never available to criminals. ECI offers the First Data TransArmor Solution to protect cardholder data beginning the moment the consumer swipes the card until it reaches First Data systems for processing. The data is encrypted and tokenized for maximum protection.

To learn more about the services available from Electronic Commerce International, please visit http://www.ecistore.com or call 888-404-7500.

About Electronic Commerce International:
For more than a decade, Las Vegas-based Electronic Commerce International has been providing affordable, personalized payment processing solutions to merchants of all sizes in the United States and Canada, so business owners can focus on growing their company. ECI has more value added services for small, medium and large businesses than anyone, like Text Marketing, Business Lines of Credit, Merchant Cash Advance, Gift and Loyalty Program, Mobile Processing, 90 Days Same as Cash and Check Guarantee. ECI prides itself on superior customer service, offering support 24 hours a day, seven days a week. To learn more about Electronic Commerce and their extensive products visit them at http://www.ecistore.com.

(1) “Neiman Marcus Data Breach Worse Than First Said,” published in the New York Times January 23, 2014. http://www.nytimes.com/2014/01/24/business/neiman-marcus-breach-affected-1-1-million-cards.html

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