EMV ready retail with Hike Register for iPad and PayPal.
Non-EMV card processing could mean greater liability exposure for your store. Switch to Hike and PayPal and reduce your liability risk.
Simple, competitive pricing.
Pay a simple transaction cost. for PayPal. With Hike fully integrated, more you sell, the less transaction fees you pay. Talk to us for your exclusive rates if you process more than $10k.
Why EMV chip cards?
What is EMV?
EMV is the new card security concept introduced by Europay, MasterCard, and Visa and hence the name EMV. The new EMV or chip cards store customer information in secure chip embedded in your cards. This new concept is more secure and a replacement measure for the obsolete magnetic stripe seen on the back of credit and debit cards.
Do I have to upgrade to EMV?
The magnetic stripe cards are easy to duplicate and reason for most card frauds. The new EMV measure helps prevent these frauds. As a retailer, you cold be held liable for fraudulent transactions made using non-EMV card readers. Upgrading to EMV means you’ll be offering the most secure payment technology to your customersand you won’t be held liable for any fraudulent transactions.
Why EMV chip cards?
With Hike and PayPal fully integrated, let your customers choose to swipe, tap or use a chip card and even pay with popular wallets such as Apple Pay.
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With Hike Register for iPad, you can sell from anywhere. Integrated with PayPal, you can start accepting card payments from wherever your business takes place.
Central reporting & analytics
Hike is an all-in-one retail platform with in-store and online sales solution. PayPal is an all-in-one payment solution for all sales channels. Keep things centralised for easy analytics and reporting.
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