may be at risk
The U.S. Secret Service recovers over 1,000 card skimmers on fuel dispensers each year. The average skimmer harvests 80 cards before it’s found.¹ You’ll soon be on the hook for any charges made on your forecourt with all those counterfeit cards.
Get ahead of the game
Converting to EMV takes time. You need to assess the current state of your site, identify your needs, and implement the necessary products and software. Plus, there’s a limited number of certified technicians available to do the work—which is why starting early is so important. If you’re not sure where to start, download our Station Owner’s Guide or contact your DFS distributor to determine your next steps.
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We're in your corner
On April 16, 2021, the liability for chargebacks due to payment fraud at the pump will shift to station owners.
To help protect you, Dover Fueling Solutions (DFS) has put together all the information you need to know about the EMV liability shift. No matter where you are in the conversion process, we have the resources you need to get there.
Our download center contains the latest news and data on outdoor fraud, tips on enabling EMV, and a guide to preparing for a site evaluation. Contact us to get started on your EMV conversion path today!
STEPS TO ENABLING EMV
FRAUD PROTECTION WITH EMV
Your point-of-sale (POS) vendor is responsible for updating their software to the proper EMV compliance level. Even if they’re not ready, DFS can help you achieve the first two levels through the implementation of various hardware and software. Then, when your payment processor is ready, the rest of the conversion will be fast and easy.
1 NBCNews.com, Nov. 23, 2018. “Secret Service cracks down on credit card skimming at gas pumps nationwide.” By Didi Martinez, Amy Calvin and Cydney Weiner.