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Monday, September 14 • 10:45am - 11:45pm
When Is a Good Deal Not a Good Deal?

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Credit cards are probably the most expensive way to process a donation. And as transaction activity increases,"merchants", like you, are under fire. On one side, banks and credit card companies are shifting their security risk to organizations like yours. One the other side, you can expect even more threats from "carders" and hackers. To top it off, it's almost impossible to figure out how much it costs to process a donation. Understanding the issues and your riskis the first place to start.

Objectives
  • 1. Examining the PCI data security standards - A basic framework for establishing minimum security levels
  • 2. Understanding smart card technology - How it will change the way you process donations and payments
  • 3. Figuring our credit card transaction fees - Is there any way to figure out how much it costs before you sign up



Moderators
avatar for Marian Wolaver

Marian Wolaver

Director of Operations and Development, Servants of the Paraclete

Speakers
avatar for James R. Rennert, CFRE

James R. Rennert, CFRE

Director of Mission Advancement, Sisters of St. Joseph
Jim Rennert, a Certified Fundraising Executive (CFRE), is the Director of Mission Advancement for the Sisters of St. Joseph in Brentwood, NY. Prior to that, he was the Director of Development for the North American Province of the Cenacle Sisters for 15 years.  Jim raises funds through direct mail, grants, special events, major and planned gifts. In 2011, he completed a capital campaign for a new green and sustainable retreat center and... Read More →
avatar for Robert Wesolowski

Robert Wesolowski

President, Caring Habits, Inc.
Bob Wesolowski is the founder and president of Caring Habits, Inc. Armed with a B.S. in economics and a MBA in finance, Bob started his career at Citibank in 1977 as an operations analyst. He later moved to Bankers Trust and Chase Manhattan Bank. When Bob founded CHI in 1990, it was only the second company dedicated to building and operating monthly giving programs with electronic funds transfers. Over the years, CHI has expanded its services to... Read More →


Monday September 14, 2015 10:45am - 11:45pm
Fantasia MN
  • Session Number 12

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