Besides "fun" email and hot lesbian Latin ladies, is anything going on in this group?

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Oskar Austegard

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Dec 17, 2010, 4:31:08 PM12/17/10
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The Credit Card Data Portability concept sounds like a great idea, but
other than Braintree, is anyone adhering to it? The "there is no
master list" seems like a euphemism for "we don't have anyone else
signed up yet" ?

Bryan Johnson

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Dec 21, 2010, 6:06:14 PM12/21/10
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Sorry for the slow response. The "hot lesbian Latin Ladies" wording in the subject led me to believe that this was spam.

I'm pleased to say that since we launched the Credit Card Data Portability initiative, two large providers completed migrations to us, who previously refused to consider it. We're now facilitating credit card data migrations to us on a regular basis from a variety of providers.  So while many companies may not publicize their adherence to data portability, behind the scenes, they're starting to practice it. That's not to say that they'll do it for everyone, but we've found an increased level of cooperation and awareness that is benefiting merchants.

Bryan Johnson
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Bryan Buchanan

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Oct 7, 2012, 5:44:25 PM10/7/12
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I've been doing a little research lately and found that:

Braintree, Recurly, and Stripe all support data portability.

Sassy, Chargify, and CheddarGetter all acknowledge the need to support it, but don't appear to be relavent since they rely on 3rd parties to store payment information.
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