Visa Quick Reference Guide for Common Point of Purchase (CPP) reporting
Issuer Common Point of Purchase (CPP) reporting is critical intelligence to help monitor the security of the payment eco-system. As data compromises continue to emerge, many Visa clients attempt to determine if a CPP exists.
To help issuers validate claims of a suspected compromise, Visa partnered with issuers to develop an enhanced CPP form (AP, Canada, CEMEA, LAC, U.S. version) for easy reporting to Visa. This report is required in order for an investigation to be considered. The CPP form also helps align a common process that all issuers must adhere to for an investigation to be initiated.
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Best practices for detecting and reporting a Common Point of Purchase (CPP)
As of May 1, 2016, Issuers in the Americas must use the new Common Point of Purchase (CPP) reporting form. For more information or to obtain the new CPP reporting form, Visa clients should visit VisaOnLine.com.
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