Question Answer
How does IntentToPay help me validate for PCI as a merchant? IntentToPay ensures no sensitive data enters the POS or merchant system, through the use of E2EE and P2PE swipe and EMV readers. No card data means nothing for the hacker to find, even if they do breach your network.
Does IntentToPay support split routing for my gift card programs? Yes - as a merchant, you can configure as many transaction routes as is required by your business - one or more gift cards, credit v. debit, alternative payment types, etc. Per transaction routing can be controlled through custom rules, or other methods that best fit your situation.
Can we filter merchants transaction activity - amount maximums, foreign IPs, etc.? Yes - IntentToPay supports custom rules that can be applied to specific devices, or all devices for a given merchant. Rules can be applied against transaction amounts individually, daily, weekly, or monthly accumulations, and multiple other factors.
Can IntentToPay help my deployment efforts as a software developer? Yes - IntentToPay allows you to control what devices are deployed where and when, and virtually any aspect of their operation.
Does IntentToPay provide a sandbox environment for testing while I develop my POS product and interface? Yes - any developer will have a sandbox account that can be used to test all transaction types, without conflicting with other device configurations, live or test.
Does IntentToPay provide chain-of-custody reporting for P2PE merchants? Yes - IntentToPay reporting includes device deployment and custody reporting for all devices using P2PE-validated dongles and other Point of Interaction devices.

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