Learn steps that small businesses can take now to prepare for whatever the new brings to help ensure a happy and profitable 2021.
Protecting customer data is one way to build trust in your brand. Use these 5 tips to help protect your customer's personal data and your brand reputation.
Choosing a merchant processor is a major financial decision for your business. Use these questions to help find the processor that best meets your needs.
Dr. Justin Schlaikjer, a St. Louis periodontist, discusses his relationship with Commerce Bank and how Commerce helped him purchase his dental practice.
It’s critical for small business owners to stay vigilant against all types of fraud this holiday season. Use these best practices to protect your business.
Follow these practices to help reduce the likelihood of credit card payment disputes and fraudulent charges. Learn what to do if disputes do occur.
While EMV chips have helped cut credit card fraud at the point-of-sale, e-commerce fraud is on the rise. Use these 9 tips to help prevent credit card fraud.
Theodore Meierotto, manager of Meierotto Jewelers in Kansas City, discusses why he chose Commerce Bank as their card processing partner.
Cherie Coleman of Riback/Plumb Supply talks why she chose Commerce Bank Merchant Services for their company's merchant processing needs.
Every business, large or small, has a responsibility to protect their customers’ personal information, including their payment details. To ensure this happens, credit card companies came together in the mid-2000s to establish guidelines known as the Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI DSS).
Read how small business owner, Robert strives to bring the best possible dining experience to his community while working with Commerce Bank.
After a credit or debit card transaction completes a complex process takes place behind the scenes. Learn about who's involved in processing card payments.
Credit card liability rules to help reduce fraud are working as intended thanks to the adoption of EMV chip card acceptance. Learn more about chip cards.
Fraudsters often target small and medium sized businesses; however, large companies can also fall prey to formjacking. So, what should you do to protect your company’s website?
Chargebacks can eat into your profits. By learning and taking steps to prevent them, you can protect your business and improve your products.
Your busiest time of year is key to your business’s overall success.
To help prevent losses, we’ve put together some best practices for heading off attempts to make fraudulent transactions.
If you handle cardholder information, you are required to be PCI DSS compliant – whether you process a large volume of transactions or not.