Compulsory data checklist:
Online merchant must provide requested data, otherwise it is not possible to activate and close the agreement on card acceptance!
- Full company’s name (or sole trader/craftsmen)
- National court register or another public register number, where the company is entered, and the information on the status of the registered entity
- VAT number, if the company is obliged to pay the taxation of added value
- Head office full address (and the address of the point of sale), including the country name
- Other data needed to establish communication (telephone, telefax, mobile phones, etc.), including the e-mail address for a direct contact with customers (available for receiving information and filing complaints)
- Exact name and main characteristics related to products and/or services offered for sale
- Retail price, including VAT and all additional charges and fees presented in origin currency
Prices must be indicated clearly and unambiguously and, in particular, must indicate whether they are inclusive of tax and delivery costs, handling charges, or any other costs affecting the indicated price.
Terms of sale
Before closing the agreement, merchant is obliged to provide the following data in a clear, comprehensive and unambiguous manner:
- Different levels involved in closing the agreement (selling/buying)
- Methods and terms of payment
- Means and time of delivery of goods or the provision of services
- Delivery cost
- Contractual provisions
- General Terms of Business, constituting the Agreement
- Declaration on Export Restrictions, customs provisions and any other applicable relevant provisions
- Code of Practice available in digital format
- After-sales services (servicing and selling of spare parts), warranties given for a product or a service
- Consumer's right to terminate the contract pursuant to Articles 45 of Consumer Protection Act, the deadline for contract termination, situations in which the consumer's right to terminate a contract is excluded, complaints, return and refund policy
Before the checkout completion, merchants have to provide their buyers with the recognition and correction of the incorrect data entry. Contractual and general business provisions, related to contracts closed in digital format, must be available to buyers for storage, use and reproduction.
Confidential data protection
Personal and card data protection
For all connection options, merchants are required to protect buyers’ personal data and card data.
Card data storage is STRICTLY FORBIDDEN, unless the merchant has obtained PCI DSS Level 1 or Level 2 certification.
Entered data has to be continuously protected by 256-bit SSL encryption, and data can only be transferred using TLS 1.2 encryption.
User Privacy Notice
Points of sale must provide their buyers with the option not to participate in marketing campaigns, and the right to object to the processing of personal data by third parties.
Points of sale can use the following template for the user privacy notice:
[SALES_POINT_NAME] takes data protection and privacy very seriously. We collect only relevant and necessary data to accomplish the specified purpose and to meet our obligations. Our buyers are informed about the way the collected data is used, moreover, they can control and determine how their personal data is used. Buyers can also decide whether they want their name removed from the list used for marketing campaigns.
All user personal data is kept strictly confidential. It is available only to employees who require such data to perform their work tasks. All employees of [POINT OF SALE] and business partners are obliged to demonstrate that their activities are compliant with the Data Protection Principles.
If the prices, indicated on the online point of sale, are given in some international currency (for example £, $...), the final price can also be in the same currency or it can be calculated and indicated in EUR currency before the checkout. It is necessary to provide the following statement of conversion (adapted to the language, currency and the exchange rate of the bank).
If the conversion is in EUR, the statement may be as follows:
All payments will be effected in EUR currency. The amount your credit card account will be charged for is obtained through the conversion of the price in Euro into your local currency according to the current exchange rate of the Croatian National bank. When charging your credit card, the same amount is converted into your local currency according to the exchange rate of credit card associations. As a result of this conversion there is a possibility of a slight difference from the original price stated in our web site.
If the prices available on the online point of sale are given in the origin currency, and not in foreign currency, this statement about conversion can be used for the foreign customers:
All payments will be effected in EUR currency. The charged amount on your credit card account is converted into your local currency according to the exchange rate of credit card associations.
Statement about the Protection of Personal Data Transfer
Data protection pursuant to the General Data Protection Regulation of the European Parliament and the Council no. 2016/679- Regulation and implementation of the GDPR
WSPay, being the processor of authorization and payment made by credit cards, uses personal data as the processor pursuant to the General Data Protection Regulation of the European Parliament and the Council no. 2016/679, and compliant with PCI DSS Level 1 Regulations for data transfers.
WSPay uses 256-bit SSL encryption and TLS 1.2 cryptographic protocol as the highest protection standards for data entry and transfer.
Personal data used for the purposes of authorization and payment are deemed to be confidential data.
The following customer's personal data are necessary to fulfil the Agreement (authorization and payment):
- Name and Surname
- Telephone number
- Post Code
- Type of credit card
- Credit card number
- Expiry date (credit card)
- CVV number for credit card
WSPay does not process or use these personal data except for the purpose of fulfilling the Agreement, the authorization and the payment.
WSPay ensures to meet the requirements determined by applicable personal data protection regulations, for the processors of personal data, especially taking all necessary technical, organizational or security measures confirmed by PCI DSS Level 1 certificate.
WSPay Usage Statement
__________________ (sales point) uses WSPay for online payments.
WSPay is a secure system for online payments, real time credit and debit card payments, and other payment methods. WSPay ensures the buyer and the merchant with the secure card data entry and transfer, which is also confirmed by PCI DSS certificate. WSPay uses 256-bit SSL encryption and TLS 1.2 cryptographic protocol as the highest protection standards for data entry and transfer.
Credit Card and Security Programs Logos
The merchant is obliged to put the necessary credit card logos of American Express, Diners, MasterCard, Maestro and Visa and the respective security programs accepted and supported on their point of sale website.
Detailed instructions for logos can be found in the attached documents "Cards and logos standards", "Card acceptance logos (Diners Club International)", "Card acceptance logos (Discover)" and "Card acceptance logos (Dinacard)".
The point of sale that uses WSPay Payment Gateway system, besides logos related to credit cards and security programs, needs to point out WSPay logo.
- dimensions and colors of WSPay logo shouldn't be changed
- WSPay logo must direct to the website www.wspay.eu
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