Visa Mastercard Agreement

Today we are pleased to inform you that we have recently signed an agreement with Mastercard that will accelerate the introduction of payment detokes in the checkout visa and masterpass. The mutual tokenation agreement allows Visa to request payment information from Mastercard for the provision of Visa Checkout, and Mastercard to request visa visa tocanized visa information for availability in masterpass. The ability for each network to request token payment information on the other network ensures that each network`s wallet solutions can remain open to other card brands, while adding the added security of using tokens instead of authentic card numbers. Mastercard`s website may contain third-party content and links to other sites that are completely independent of this site. Third-party content and links are included exclusively for users and do not constitute permission, approval or warranty by Mastercard. In addition, Mastercard is not responsible for the accuracy, completeness or reliability of information provided by third parties or products or services offered or sold through a linked website, and you assume sole responsibility for the use of third-party information. Agreements, transactions or other agreements between you and these third parties are only concluded at their own risk. If you click on a third-party link, leave the Mastercard website. All personal data you submit to the resulting website is not collected or controlled by Mastercard, but is subject to the privacy statement or the resulting website terms of use. Please read the privacy policy and the resulting terms of use of the website for more information about its privacy practices. Below are some frequently asked questions about visa rules.

If you have a question about a visa rule that is not covered below, please contact Visa at [email protected]. Please note that visa rules change from time to time. If there is a discrepancy between the information contained in these frequently asked questions and the visa rules, the visa regime applies. You will find other requirements in the visa acceptance agreement between you and your purchaser. When operating the site, Mastercard can act as a “service provider” (as defined by DMCA) and offer services as an online provider of hardware and links to third-party sites. As a result, third-party documents that Mastercard does not own or control can be transferred, stored, retrieved or made available through the website. Mastercard has introduced certain legal procedures concerning allegations of copyright infringement on the website and has adopted a directive providing for the immediate removal of content or the suspension of users who find that they have violated the rights of Mastercard or a third party or who otherwise violate intellectual property laws or regulations or to that agreement. If you feel that the material in question infringes copyright, you should use Mastercard on the procedure for terminating alleged offences under the DMCA (17 Us.C. sect. 512 (c) (2)) Mastercard will immediately respond to remove or disable access to material that may have been breached and will follow the procedures set out in the DMCA to resolve the claim between the notifying party and the alleged offender who provided the content. You should apply DMCA infringement proceedings to: Copyright Agent, Mastercard, 2000 Purchase Street, Purchase, NY 10577, Attn: Law Department or copyrightagent@mastercard.com.

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