Electronic Payments Coalition Statement on Secure Payments Partnership

WASHINGTON--()--The below statement can be attributed to Jeff Tassey, Chairman of the Board of EPC, on the creation of the Secure Payments Partnership:

“Here retailers go again, lobbying Washington for further regulation in the interest of cutting their own costs instead of protecting their customers from fraud. Despite claims, all players in the payments ecosystem—including retailers—have the opportunity to provide feedback and participate in the process. We must all be committed to providing consumers with security and innovation without impeding consumer choice.”

About the Electronic Payments Coalition

The Electronic Payments Coalition (EPC) is a coalition of payments industry stakeholders, such as credit unions, community banks, trade associations, payment card networks and banks that speaks on behalf of the payments industry to protect the value, innovation, convenience, security and competition that exists in the modern electronic payments system. The EPC educates policymakers, consumers and the media on the system’s role in economic growth and the importance of consumer choice, security, innovation and stability for the continued growth of global commerce.

Contacts

Electronic Payments Coalition
Kate Allen, 202-627-0544
kallen@electronicpaymentscoalition.org

Release Summary

The Electronic Payments Coalition responds to the creation of the Secure Payments Partnership.

Contacts

Electronic Payments Coalition
Kate Allen, 202-627-0544
kallen@electronicpaymentscoalition.org