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August 29, 2008updated 06 Sep 2016 3:07pm

EPX enters into payment processing agreement with Flint Telecom

Electronic Payment Exchange, a provider of payment processing systems, has signed a multi-year agreement with Flint Telecom to process its customers' payments.

By CBR Staff Writer

Under the terms of the agreement, Electronic Payment Exchange (EPX) will be the exclusive processor for Flint’s credit and debit card payments using EPX’s new BuyerWall platform. For Flint’s customers who use debit cards in the non-face-to-face payment environment, Flint will benefit from EPX’s PINless Debit product.

BuyerWall is a patent-pending cardholder data protection system exclusively offered by EPX that allows merchants to eliminate data breach liability while also allowing the merchant to retain complete control of the customer experience.

Anthony Thompson, executive vice president at Flint Telecom, said: We looked at a number of payment processors. EPX was the one that met our current requirements BuyerWall enables our payment card industry data security standards compliance (PCI DSS) and also eliminates our concerns about data breach liability.

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