It seems you can’t turn on the news or open the paper without reading another story about credit card data breaches. As data is being exchanged via more media and with more frequency, these breaches seem an unavoidable risk of being a credit card consumer. The popular crowd discount site, Living Social, fell victim to one of the latest massive exposures of personal data – with 50 million accounts affected. During the investigation it became evident that credit card data was not exposed, but user information including passwords, emails, phone numbers, were.
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Paul Larsen has helped us greatly improve our credit card processing, both from an efficiency and financial standpoint. He has shown us new techniques and best practices that have been invaluable. He is the probably the most knowledgeable person I've met in the credit card processing arena. He also keeps up to date on the ever changing landscape of rules, regulations and policies and their interpretation, where the individual business operations person like me, cannot.
Brian Gilmore, The Wall Street Journal
PLC worked with our development team to design and implement a superior decline recovery strategy and reporting process in record time. This resulted in a statistically significant lift in performance and better visibility into the authorization process.
Michael McCurdy, Director, Subscription Services for $100K (The Ladders)
PLC helped us to establish and then expand on our credit card recycling process. This enabled to achieve a recovery rate of over 20% on transactions that would have otherwise been lost as a part of our annual subscription programs. Our return on this investment has been tremendous.
Paul Dybala, CWO, Allied Health Media LLC
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