Security of payments

Secure online payment processing platform of Market2go is managed by UBI Banck. The gateway has a long experience in terms of transaction security and guarantees its merchants and their clients (card holders) the highest security available today in the field of distance selling. In particular, the online payment platform of x-Pay, completely meets the following safety standards:

 

Cvv (Card Verification Value)

 

This code is reported on credit cards and is used as an element of additional security for transactions CNP (Customer Not Present) typically therefore in eCommerce transactions and MOTO (Mail Order Telephone Order). Using this security code tends to ensure that the person who is making a purchase is in possession of your credit card. In the VISA and MASTERCARD CVV is printed on the back of your credit card (3 digits). On AMERICAN EXPRESS cards, the CVV is printed on the front of the credit card above the card code (4 digits).

 

3dsecure (Verified By Visa-MasterCard Secure Code)

 

This code consists of a "password" that the credit card holder must indicate on request of the website of the merchant from whom you are making a purchase. You only use it for eCommerce transactions and is an element of additional security to CVV. The holder must indicate the same "password" it has stored in its time on the website of the Bank that issued your credit card (bank issuer.) Only in this way the transaction can be considered safe, since it is assumed that only the true cardholder's knowledge. The 3DSsecure applies to the payment cards VISA and MASTERCARD.

 

PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard)

 

This symbol identifies the most important "global standard" for enterprises using in any advanced info about payment cards (credit cards, debit cards, pre-paid cards, etc). This standard is governed by the PCI Security Standards Council which basically takes care of supervising and control management of payment card data from parts of all stakeholders (banks, operators, intermediaries) to reduce the phenomenon of fraudulent transactions. All stakeholders are subjected to an annual surveillance audit by an organisation QSA (Qualified Security Assessor).