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. As a general rule, a merchant is allowed to request identification, but cannot require it as a condition of acceptance of the Visa card. However, there are exceptions, for example. B when Visa has authorized the merchant to request, in certain circumstances, identification to combat fraud. A company wishing to use credit cards as a means of payment must enter into a so-called credit card acceptance agreement. This agreement will not be with the credit card company, but with an acquirer. Acquisition of our service providers who execute the payment of the amount purchased on behalf of the merchant with the customer.
In some countries (Australia, Canada, India, South Africa, United States), a merchant is allowed to repay cash in a visa transaction under certain circumstances and for certain types of cards (for example. B debit cards). Refunds are only allowed if the Visa card has been sent to the same country as the merchant. All regional or country rules under the basic visa rules and visa products and services rules apply to transactions, traders, issuers and purchasers in their region or country, and all rules bearing the name of a region or country or country apply only to financial institutions operating in that region or country. Interlink Network Inc. Operating Regulations applies to financial institutions operating in the United States and Canada. Visa has strict rules for currency conversion if you use your Visa card outside the country where it was issued. You must have the option of having the booking processed in local currency. If the merchant has not done so, please inform your Visa card issuer. The Attorney General`s opinion states that the previous status of Section 16a-2-403 should not be prohibited for cash rebates, cheques or similar means. (External link does not imply approval from the State of Massachusetts) In general, no.