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Mastercard SecureCode: What It Is And How To Use It

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Emily Hale

Emily Hale

Emily is a writer, strategist, and freelance consultant based in Indianapolis. She is driven to create content that empowers her readers and her clients to make better choices in their business and their lives. When she's not in the thick of researching and developing blogs for Merchant Maverick, she likes to cook from scratch for her family or escape outdoors and meander through nature with her rescue pup.
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    Margarita Arguijo

    Dear customers representatives:
    We are looking for more information because we want to get the affiliate to get the secure 3D program, but We need to know the price and the process to do. Could you help me, please?
    There is a place in Virginia Beach to go and make the process_?

    Best regards
    Margareth Arguijo

      Emily Hale

      Hi Margareth,

      If you are a business owner who is looking to find out more information about offering the 3D secure program, the best thing to do is call your current processor, as they may already be offering this technology. And as mentioned in the post, many processing companies, including Stripe, offer an extra layer of authentication through 3D Secure as a security protocol that bundles Mastercard SecureCode with the Visa equivalent, Verified by Visa. Hope this helps and best of luck!

        Patrick Korir

        I want to register for this MasterCard securecode what do I do please help me

          Emily Hale

          Hi Patrick,

          If you are asking as a card holder who wants to add a layer of security while shopping, we recommend doing an internet search for “Mastercard SecureCode” and “bank” or a particular bank, if you have one in mind. We were able to find banks for Mastercard’s program including BMO Harris, Heritage Bank, and other smaller banks as well. If you are asking as a merchant, we outline some tips within our post to get you started. The best place to begin if you’re a merchant is by calling your current credit card processing company and asking if they have Mastercard SecureCode or another type of 3D Secure technology available. Hope this helps and best of luck!

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