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Introduction Pay Pal Online Payment Processing Introduction Pay Pal Online Payment Processing Presentation Transcript

  • Introduction to PayPal Payment Solutions
  • PayPal Helps Bring You New Customers Pay Pal is: Secure Simple Fast Drivers of Consumer Demand for PayPal Opportunities for Merchants **Source: PayPal survey of small to mid-sized businesses, November 2007 51% Percentage of consumers who would have abandoned their purchase if PayPal payments were not available** 14% Increase in sales for small to mid-sized businesses that added PayPal Express Checkout* * Source: PayPal study of small- and medium-sized businesses, 2006 141M Number of PayPal accounts worldwide
  • The PayPal Opportunity PayPal Growth Pay Pal helps you grow your business
    • 141M accounts
    • 31% yoy volume growth
    • 190 countries
    • 70+ currencies
    • 1000s of merchants add PayPal every year
    PayPal is the safer, easier way to get paid by online shoppers around the world.
  • Understanding the Payment Processing Network
    • Individuals
      • Merchant – seller of goods
      • Customer – buyer of goods
    • Institutions
      • Customer’s Issuing Bank – provides customer’s credit card information and verification
      • Merchant’s Acquiring Bank – provides internet merchant account
      • Processor – authorizes credit card transactions and settles funds for merchants
  • The Payment Network Provides Processes and Services
    • Processes
      • Authorization – the process of verifying a customer’s credit card
      • Settlement – the process of collecting funds from the customer’s account
    • Services
      • Payment Processing Service – connects merchants, customers, and banks through secure online transactions.
      • Gateway – the secure pipe between the banks and the processor
  • Authorization Process
    • Customer decides to make an online purchase and inputs credit card information
    • Merchant ’s website receives customer information and sends it to a payment processing service
    • Payment processing service routes information to processor
    • Processor routes information to bank that issued customer’s credit card (issuing bank)
    • Issuing bank sends authorization (or declination) to processor
    • Processor routes transaction results to payment processing service
    • Payment processing service sends results to merchant
    2 Payment Processing Service 7 6 5 Customer Merchant 1 Processor 3 Customer’s issuing bank 4
    • Merchant decides to accept or reject purchase
    8
  • Settlement Process
    • Merchant informs the payment processing service to settle transactions
    • Payment processing service sends transaction information to the processor
    • Processor checks the information and forwards settled transaction information to the issuing bank
    • Issuing bank transfers funds to the processor
    • Processor routes funds to the acquiring bank
    • Acquiring bank credits merchant’s bank account
    • Issuing bank includes merchant’s charge on customer’s credit card account
    7 2 Payment Processing Service Processor 6 4 Merchant’s acquiring bank 5 Merchant Customer 1 Customer’s issuing bank 3
  • PayPal Provides an All-in-One Solution for Online Merchants Customer’s issuing bank Merchant’s acquiring bank Customer Merchant Processor Payment Processing Service Protecting the security of a merchant’s information is the top priority at PayPal. .
  • Understanding the Risks of Internet Fraud
    • An estimated $2.8B USD was lost to online fraud in the U.S. and Canada in 2005
    • The rate of credit card fraud for online sales is three to four times higher than the overall fraud rate
    • Authentication is a challenge
    • Hackers can break into a merchant’s network
    • Hackers can also steal customer identities
    • Multiple access points for break-ins
    Vulnerabilities abound… … leading to losses
  • Common Fraud-Related Risks Using stolen information to open new credit cards Issuing unauthorized credits or payments Identity theft Cash theft Accessing a payment network to complete fraud Accessing payment networks Using a stolen credit card to purchase goods and services Product theft Chargebacks A cardholder disputes a credit card purchase
  • How to Protect Your Business Against Fraud Transaction Level Ensure each transaction you accept and process is valid, and be careful in reviewing suspicious transactions because some may be valid. Account Level Make sure only authorized users have access to your payment gateway account, and be alert for suspicious account access patterns. Network Level Ensure your perimeter is defended against unauthorized access. 1 2 3
  • Your Disclosure Policy Tells Customers that You Are Honest and Dependable
    • Business Description – Explains what the company does
    • Shipping Policy – Details shipping terms, shipping classes offered, & expected delivery timeframe
    • Privacy Policy – Describes how the company treats and protects customers’ information
    • Return Policy – Provides clear guidelines on how a return is handled
    • Contact Information – Makes it easy for customers to get in touch with the merchant via different communication channels
  • Compliance with PCI Data Security Standards Must Be Followed Protect Cardholder Data Maintain a Vulnerability Management Program Implement Strong Access Control Measures Regularly Monitor and Test Networks Maintain an Information Security Policy
      • Protect stored cardholder data
      • Encrypt transmission of cardholder data across open, public networks
    • Use and regularly update anti-virus software
    • Develop and maintain secure systems and applications
      • Restrict access to cardholder data by business need-to-know
      • Assign a unique ID to each person with computer access
      • Restrict physical access to cardholder data
    • Track and monitor all access to network resources and cardholder data
    • Regularly test security systems and processes
    • Maintain a policy that addresses information security
    Control Objective Requirement Build and Maintain a Secure Network
      • Install and maintain a firewall configuration to protect cardholder data
      • Do not use vendor-supplied defaults for system passwords and other security parameters
  • PayPal Offers the Payment Solution that Meets Your Business Need Pay Pal Products Scenario #1 Accept online credit card payments with minimal effort Scenario #2 Build an all-in-one solution for accepting web, phone, fax and mail payments Scenario #3 Accept PayPal, keep current payment processor Scenario #4 Provide a secure connection from your online store to your merchant account Website Payments Standard Website Payments Pro** Express Checkout** Payflow Gateway
  • Selecting the Right Product for Your Business Product Website Payments Standard Website Payments Pro Express Checkout Payflow Gateway Scenario Accept online credit card payments with minimal effort Build an all-in-one solution for accepting web, phone, fax and mail payments Accept PayPal, keep current merchant account Establish a secure connection between online store and merchant account, and keep merchant account Internet merchant account needed? X X   Where customers checkout PayPal PayPal or merchant’s website PayPal PayPal or merchant’s website Virtual Terminal included? X  X  Business credit approval needed? X  X X
  • What’s Next ?
    • Start Accepting Payment with PayPal Sign up for PayPal Account Now!
    • Subscribe to Our Ecommerce Blog http://www.neowave.com.my/SELLMORE
    • Learn more on Fraud Alert System http://www.neowave.com.my/FraudAlertSystem/
  • PayPal Shopping Cart for Small & Mid-Sized Business Selling Online? Offer your customers security and convenience with PayPal. Using PayPal to process payments within your online store allows you to accept credit, debit and PayPal payments. webShaper e-commerce is fully integrated out of the box with PayPal. Simply select PayPal as a payment option and enter your user ID and password to start taking PayPal payments from your e-commerce site. Test Drive it Today! Logon to http:// www.neowave.com.my /DEMO PayPal E-commerce Store Solution
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