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Virtual Card Use Growing Exponentially
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By: Jo Jordan Email Article
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Credit card institutions such as MasterCard, Visa, American Express and Discover are constantly optimizing the technology behind their services, and with the influx in fraud unraveling as time progresses, the use of virtual cards is growing exponentially according to online digital research company Juniper Research.

The growth for virtual cards is increasing in popularity due to the security that they provide with dynamic data rather than static data to verify your identity with online retailers, and while only Bank of America, Capital One and Citibank offer easy access to virtual cards to their cardholders, it is estimated that by the year 2022 virtual card use will exceed 1 Trillion dollars annually, despite the current status of limited appeal.

Most online retailer giants such as Amazon and Walmart, store their customers information for ease of later use, but regrettably having a customerís payment information stored electronically opens a gateway of opportunity for identity theft and fraud which consequently is becoming more of a concern as hackers continue to infiltrate data in unsuspecting ways like what was experienced in 2018 when 3 Ukrainian nationals breached data of 15 million credit cards, acquired by hacking Arbyís, Chiliís and Chipotles stored information.

While the appeal to the general public of virtual cards are still debatable due to lack of education, the technology behind the concept will prevail as virtual cards use an app to generate a new credit card number, or token for every single transaction which then renders useless after the transaction has been processed, making it completely worthless to any potential theft or fraud thereafter.

Furthermore, as the technology behind virtual cards evolve, the benefits will become more apparent to the consumer market potentially making virtual cards a strong fighting force against fraudsters in the greater scheme of things.

MobiusPay, Inc. is headquartered in Los Angeles, California and offers comprehensive and cutting-edge electronic payment processing solutions. We are your premier business partner in facilitating the acceptance of electronic payments for your products and services both online and on the go; featuring a fully secure end-to-end global payment solution supporting all major credit cards, 36 global currencies, support for a variety of integrated shopping carts, ACH, and a wide range of custom-tailored solutions for your business. MobiusPay is your reliable and strong business partner specializing in merchant accounts in the US, EU, and Asia.

https://mobiuspay.com/ kiwi@mobiuspay.com Jo Jordan is the Marketer Extraordinaire with Payment Solution Provider, Mobius Pay. With nearly 2 decades of experience in online marketing and business development, Jo Jordan has helped a multitude of businesses world-wide, reach new milestones of success. While Joís roots are humble, her business ethics are of the utmost quality with dedication and customer satisfaction being her primary foundation.

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