Dynamics AX Retail EMV certified terminals

What EMV chip card terminals can be used with Microsoft Dynamics AX Retail POS? We support Verifone MX 915, Ingenico ISC250 multilane terminals and the Ingenico ICMP mobile terminal and have a variety of certifications so that you can process EMV chip transactions today with all the major US processors, including First Data, Chase Paymentech, Tsys, Vantiv, Moneris and others.

verifone MX915 EMV terminal

Verifone MX915 EMV chip card accepted terminal.

Microsoft Dynamics AX EMV for Retail key purchasing questions related to EMV certifications:

Does POS solution support EMV chip with pin debit?
Does POS solution support EMV chip with pin credit?
Can customers bypass chip and just use mag swipe?
Can customers bypass entering pin?
Does EMV certification include partial authorization? If not, what happens when account doesn’t have enough for transaction?
Are terminals injected with P2P encryption?
Do you have mobile EMV with chip and pin?
If business to business, does the EMV certification include level 3 processing?

Are all of the above working right now in a live environment, or are there still bugs to be worked out? If any answers are no, merchants need to understand the impact before choosing a solution.

How will the gateway help with my other sales channels?
How will the solution reduce PCI Compliance burden?

“My clients have been processing EMV chip transactions with multilane terminals successfully since January 2015. It’s dizzying even for me to keep up with what which terminals are certified for which solutions. Since that information changes constantly, it’s best to call for a consultation to assess short and long term needs to achieve the best outcome while minimizing business disruption,” Christine Speedy.

Is it integrated to Retail Hero? No, that’s a separate integration that Retail Realm would need to do since the product is exclusive to them.

How much do terminals cost? It depends on the terminal. They’re reasonably priced. Please be aware, merchants must acquire terminals only through us or our approved distributor to ensure security and reliability of EMV and payment ecosystem. You cannot bring your own device.

How much does it cost? The Dynamics AX ERP and POS payment module is included free with purchase of our payment gateway services, which are very reasonably priced.

Where can I buy the Dynamics Ax POS EMV payments module? Contact us.

Can I use with my merchant account? Yes.

 

OpenBravo POS terminals with signature capture

Looking to use signature capture devices with your OpenBravo POS? Ingenico and Equinox terminals are compatible with our integrated payment gateway.

equinox L5200 signature capture terminal

Equinox L5200 is a feature rich signature capture terminal among the lowest cost and high reliability. Equinox was formerly known as Hypercom, the number one terminal brand in US.

ingenico isc350 signature capture

The Ingenico isc350 has a large glass screen and bigger footprint than other units. Stand with angled base is recommended.

  • Ingenico touch ISC 250
  • Ingenico touch ISC 350
  • Equinox L5200
  • Equinox L5300

Older products supported but end of life has been announced include the Ingenico i6580, Ingenico i3070, Hypercom Optimum L4250, Verifone Pin Pad 1000se. Other compatible options include Magnetic Card Swipe reader and mobile card readers.

New Card Acceptance Process for Magnetic-Stripe Failures at the Point of Sale

Currently when the magnetic stripe fails during a face-to-face transaction, the merchant key enters the account number and must manually imprint the card to prove the card was present during the transaction for protection against fraud chargebacks. Effective for new transactions processed on or after October 15, 2011, merchants may include Card Verification Value 2 (CVV2) in the authorization request for Visa U.S. Domestic key entered face-to-face transactions when the magnetic stripe cannot be read by the terminal.
In order to qualify for chargeback protection against reason code 81 “Fraud-Card Present” the transaction must meet the following criteria:

  • Authorization Approval
  • U.S. Domestic Transaction
  • Card Present with magnetic stripe failure only
  • Transaction was keyed entered
  • CVV2 was included in the authorization request
  • Signature obtained on the sales draft and retrieval request properly fulfilled

The following transaction types are excluded from the chargeback protection:

  • Quasi Cash
  • Cash Back
  • Manual Cash Disbursement
  • Betting, including lottery tickets
  • Casino Gaming Chips
  • Off-Track Betting and Wagers at a Race Track
  • Visa International transactions

These merchants must continue to obtain an imprint of the card when the magnetic stripe cannot be read by the terminal for the protection against fraud chargebacks.

discount POS equipment price list

Credit card processing equipment price list with all discounts listed for your fast review. New merchant accounts are not required, however, additional discounts apply with one.

Download the PDF: 3dmerchant-equipment-prices.pdf

Credit Card Processing / POS Equipment Sale FAQ

Can you tell me the more about the specific models?

Please visit manufacturer web sites for further product information

www.Verifone.com for Verifone, Hypercom, Lipman, Way and Nurit.

www.FirstData.com for FD series

www.dejavoosystems.com Ingenico.com

ALL MODELS ARE THE BASE UNIT. If you need extra memory or other options, please request a quote.

How can I pay for equipment?

We accept Visa, MasterCard, Discover, paypal, check and money orders. Equipment ships on confirmed payment acceptance. For checks, there will be a hold until funds clear. Billing and shipping must match for all credit card orders, or a signed consent form must be included with the order.

Do you offer overnight replacement equipment if me equipment fails? This type of warranty can only be purchased at the time you order and typically costs $75 per year and up, with a maximum of 3 years.  Call for a quote.

Do you offer leasing? Leasing options are only available with a new merchant account.

Will you program my machine?

We do not program machines if your credit card processing is managed by another party.

Is there an additional fee for wireless?

Yes. See our blog article wireless credit card terminal FAQ

https://3dmerchant.com/blog/merchant-processing-services/wireless-credit-card-terminal-faq/

Contact your merchant processor to find out fees for your account.

Do you offer quantity discounts?

For 10+ units with a base price over $250 per unit, please call.

What is PCI?

Payment Card Industry. PCI is indicated next to machines that meet current PCI Data Security Standards as of 9/1/2010 and through 12/31/2010. To guarantee your unit is PCI Compliant, contact your merchant provider or visit this web site https://www.pcisecuritystandards.org

Is the machine compatible with my processor?

You must call your processor to ask. Even if a unit is PCI Compliant, a processor may limit which machines they will board on their network. @font-face { font-family: “Times New Roman”; }p.MsoNormal, li.MsoNormal, div.MsoNormal { margin: 0in 0in 0.0001pt; font-size: 12pt; font-family: “Times New Roman”; }table.MsoNormalTable { font-size: 10pt; font-family: “Times New Roman”; }div.Section1 { page: Section1; } We will not be responsible for compatibility with your merchant processor- check before buying.

Do you offer credit card processing?

3D Merchant Services as a company does not. 3D Merchant staff includes a registered specialty merchant services agent for medium to large businesses. Minimum $100,000 per year to request a consultation.

BULLETIN: If you do not accept cards in person, DO NOT BUY A MACHINE. Key punching card data is out of date. Skip the extra phone line and access a Virtual Terminal via a secure web page. Call for more details.

Heartland Payment Systems alternative

Heartland Payment Systems may be publicly touting that they continue to acquire new customers, but those in payment processing are getting a noticeable increase in calls from merchants wanting to out of Heartland now.

Restaurants and T&E are big industries for Heartland Payment Systems. Most of these also have a POS system. In order to change processors, the new processor typically completes a standard form and gives this to the POS company for the change. The form essentially changes where the transaction will occur. This is a very simple step. However, as the rush to exit Heartland grows, the processing of these changes will put a burden on third party POS providers to get them done.

Some merchants may have concerns about the ‘difficulty’ of changing. As stated above, it’s normally just a couple line items that change the processor. The rest of the programming set up is done at the processor. If an adjustment needs to be made after the initial set up, the processor does not need to get back in line with the POS company.

Most 3rd parthy POS providers charge a fee for the change. To ensure a quick and smooth transition, find a contact with your POS company. They will need you to sign off on the change. Our company will prepare the paperwork to change processors, the POS company will verify with you (faxed document) it’s OK to make the change, and then you get put in their queue for the change over. It’s instant once the POS company makes the software update.

If you’re considering leaving Heartland Payment Systems because of the 2008 data breach fall out, make your decision now rather than later and you’ll have a short wait with your POS provider. Three class action lawsuits have been filed and it could get ugly to get out later.

I’ll match any pricing you have, provided it is reasonable and we can make a profit.