2010 Will See Increased Strictures from PCI; Merchant Accounts Services Prep for Increased Measures

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PCI is increasing required security measures in 2010. Merchant Accounts LLC is prepping for the coming changes.

We fully agree that in this industry the standards have to be updated regularly. Security measures are in place because there are individuals and groups attempting to get to something against the wishes of the owner. Those people are smart and to keep a step ahead you have to keep adding measures and changing the standards in order to keep security at a safe level.

PCI is increasing required security measures in 2010. Merchant Accounts LLC is prepping for the coming changes. PCI compliance is a significant reason their clients trust them to safeguard vital payment information. Incorrect handling of the vital info inevitably leads to problems that if traced back to a certain vendor can result in negative word of mouth or worse…negative advertisement (depending upon the extent of the problem at hand). Incorrect handling can result in loss of revenue and reputation for vendors. Consumers appreciate PCI compliance in merchant accounts because inadequate handling can result in identity or credit theft.

PCI (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) was established in 2004 by major credit card companies who recognized the need for a standard in the industry. Merchant Accounts is PCI compliant and takes responsibility for ensuring that their clients know exactly how to take the necessary steps on their end to ensure the safety and security of credit card info in all their transactions.

In today's age of quick, easy and convenient online credit transactions the security of customer payment information is vital, but can be tricky without specific, industry specific knowledge. The Merchant Accounts' spokesperson said, "We fully agree that in this industry the standards have to be updated regularly. Security measures are in place because there are individuals and groups attempting to get to something against the wishes of the owner. Those people are smart and to keep a step ahead you have to keep adding measures and changing the standards in order to keep security at a safe level."

Merchant Accounts LLC offers online overviews of their services, testimonials from current and past clients and online chat for anyone with questions about security measures and processing standards.

For further information on Merchant Account LLC or information standard security measures get in touch with Tyson Bailey at Tyson(at)web-op(dot)com or by phone at 1 (866) 937-7082. Or you can visit Merchant Accounts LLC online at http://www.merchantaccountsllc.com.

Contact: Tyson Bailey    
Company: Merchant Accounts LLC    
http://www.merchantaccountsllc.com
Phone: 1 (866) 937-7082

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