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).
Consumers have been making the shift towards faster payment methods for decades. Read how the insurance industry is starting to catch on.
Reducing the use of petty cash can help small business owners minimize risk. Learn the risks of using petty cash and about alternative options.
In this time of uncertainty, it's important to focus on what you can control. Use these tips to help protect your business during these volatile times.
With the recent COVID-19 pandemic, fraudsters have seized the opportunity to take advantage of small businesses. Learn what to look out for.
Today’s payment systems make it possible for workers from across a large swath of the economy to pack up their traditional offices and work safely and productively from home.
If your business isn't accepting credit or debit cards, you might be missing out on more than you think. Here are some reasons why you might want to reconsider.
Brand Impersonation is a type of email phishing scam where fraudsters impersonate well known brands to get information. Learn how to protect your business.
Business Email Compromise (BEC) scams are on the rise according to the 2019 Association for Financial Professionals Report. 10 tips to help mitigate fraud.