Genome’s team is back with yet another article that dives into different types of fraudulent financial situations that people and businesses can face. And this time, card-not-present fraud is on the agenda. Want to know how to avoid scams associated with card-not-present transactions? We gathered some tips below. What is a card-not-present transaction? Before we get to the fraud part, let us first explain what card-not-present transactions are in general. Card-not-present transactions (also known as CNP transactions) are the type of payments a person makes with their debit or credit card. Such payments happen remotely, meaning that the card and
Due to the issues of our banking partner, Genome is facing an unfortunate update related to SWIFT.
For this reason, starting May 21st, Genome will not be able to accept and process any new requests for SWIFT transfers and currency exchange.
We are deeply sorry for the inconvenience, but we want to assure you that it is a temporary problem Genome is trying to resolve ASAP. Rest assured that we will inform you as soon as the issue is fixed.
Meanwhile the SEPA transfers are still at your disposal and will be handled with no delays, as well as other Genome services. You can always contact the Genome’s support team if you have any further questions, and they will gladly address all your concerns.