|Visa Fleet Chip Terminal Specification (VFC) 1.0.2||Licensed|
|Published: Jul-14 Version: 1.0.2|
Defines the Visa Fleet chip requirements used to supplement EMV compliant terminals, in support of Visa Fleet programs using contact chip transactions.
|Visa Fleet and Automatic Fuel Dispenser Recommendations||Public|
|Published: Apr-17 |
This document is intended for U.S. retail petroleum merchants, acquirers, processors and terminal providers who are planning deployments of EMV chip terminals in the U.S., as well as issuers and processors who are planning to issue fleet chip cards.
|ADVT User Guide||Licensed|
|Published: Nov-17 Version: 7.0|
Provides users with information on the expected terminal behaviors and expected results when each ADVT test case is executed. The Guide should be provided to toolkit users, along with the vendor-supplied ADVT card and host simulators.
|U.S. Quick Chip and Minimum Terminal Configuration ADVT 7/CDET 2.3 Use Cases||Licensed|
|Published: May-18 Version: 2.4|
A subset of ADVT and CDET test cases (including U.S. Debit, Credit, Fleet, ADVT, and CDET test cases) for terminals not configured for any offline functionality. This will allow for implementation to proceed with reduced testing cycles, fewer test cases, and a faster implementation time. Effective 1 March 2018, use of CDET Version 2.2 will not be permitted. Users will be required to use CDET Version 2.3 Revision A. Effective 1 June 2018, use of ADVT Version 6.1.1 will not be permitted. Instead, users will be required to use ADVT Version 7.0. All new orders of ADVT and CDET should be on the latest version
|Cash Back Service Guide||Licensed|
|Published: Apr-16 |
This guide provides up-to-date information, tools and best practices for launching the Visa Cash-Back Service. It includes a comprehensive overview of the service as well as steps for implementation.
|Quick Chip For EMV and qVSDC Specifications||Public|
|Published: Jul-17 Version: 2.0|
Provides the technical details for the modified use of standard EMV processing at the Point of Sale to enable a Quick Chip transaction, which minimizes the time a card must remain in the terminal.Version 2 of this specification adds guidance for supporting EMV contactless, i.e., qVSDC (quick Visa Smart Debit Credit), with Quick Chip.
|Quick Chip Implementation Guide||Licensed|
|Published: Jun-18 Version: 1.0.2|
This guide is designed to help U.S. acquirers, merchants and vendors prepare the terminal and the corresponding payment infrastructure to support a Quick Chip and/or Quick Contactless implementation. Quick Chip for EMV and qVSDC (Quick Chip and Quick Contactless) is a specification enhancement from Visa that simplifies the POS implementation, speeds up checkout times, and provides a streamlined, common checkout process, regardless of payment form factor.
|Quick Chip Implementation Steps||Public|
|Published: May-17 Version: 1.1|
An implementation best practice guide showing 3 steps for implementing Quick Chip.
|Visa Minimum U.S. Online Only Terminal Configuration||Public|
|Published: Aug-17 |
This white paper outlines the terminal configuration for a minimal implementation of on online-only EMV chip and contactless acceptance which leverages existing online magstripe infrastructure.
|Visa Kernel Management Guidelines for Contact and Contactless Chip Terminal Implementations||Public|
|Published: Jan-17 |
Provides a comprehensive summary of the terminal testing required prior to deployment, including the proper use of toolkits containing test cards and test cases. These toolkits ensure correct terminal configuration and provide a framework for integration testing, thereby ensuring that Visa's terminal requirements are being met for both EMV contact chip and contactless. The document includes detail on reporting requirements and a high-level overview of how to submit a report, as well as a list of related documents and other sources of information.
|Chip Vendor Enabled Service Benefits ||Public|
|Published: Aug-17 |
Describes the Visa Chip Vendor Enabled Service (CVES), which engages third-party chip tool vendors to execute mandatory ADVT and CDET testing on behalf of acquirers and processors, analyze the results and submit reports to Visa using CCRT. CVES vendors are listed in Visa U.S. Confirmed Third-party Chip Acceptance Tool Suppliers.
|When Do You Test||Public|
|Published: Jan-16 |
At-a-glance guidelines for Visa's EMV chip terminal testing requirements, including frequently asked questions and a graphical representation of when terminals need to be tested.
|Visa U.S. EMV Chip Terminal Testing Requirements||Public|
|Published: Aug-17 |
Provides a comprehensive summary of the terminal testing required prior to deployment, including the proper use of toolkits containing test cards and test cases. insert space These toolkits ensure correct terminal configuration and provide a framework for integration testing, thereby ensuring that Visa's terminal requirements are being met for both EMV contact chip and contactless. Also includes information about Visa U.S. Chip Acquirer Self-Accreditation Program.
|Chip Payment Acceptance for Restaurant Merchants Understanding Tip and Gratuity Options||Public|
|Published: Aug-15 |
This document provides information on how to best manage tips and gratuities as the U.S. migrates to chip, and what options restaurant owners and other merchants in Travel and Entertainment can pursue.
|U.S. Visa-Confirmed Acceptance Test Tools Suppliers||Public|
|Published: May-18 |
Lists the confirmed third-party U.S. chip acceptance test tool vendors whose test tools have been confirmed by Visa as supporting specific Visa U.S. requirements. Effective 1 March 2018, use of CDET Version 2.2 will not be permitted. Users will be required to use CDET Version 2.3 Revision A. Effective 1 June 2018, use of ADVT Version 6.1.1 will not be permitted. Instead, users will be required to use ADVT Version 7.0. All new orders of ADVT and CDET should be on the latest version
|U.S. EMV Terminal Requirements to Ensure Interoperability With Canada-issued Co-badged Cards||Public|
|Published: Feb-18 |
Visa is clarifying requirements to ensure that U.S. EMV terminals can properly originate transactions from Canada-issued co-badged credit and debit cards. It is critical that vendors implement these changes to ensure interoperability.
|Visa Solution for Canadian Co-Badged||Public|
|Published: Feb-18 |