August 26, 2010, 12:34 PM

Monitoring PCI compliance in online shopping carts

Allied Wallet ensures retailers are conforming to the payment card data rules.

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Online payments technology and services provider Allied Wallet has signed an agreement with G2 Web Services LLC to continually monitor its clients’ e-commerce sites to check for PCI compliance, a set of rules for processing and storing payment card data.

London-based Allied Wallet provides online retailers with a range of payment processing products and services including hosted shopping carts and ACH payment processing. Allied Wallet will not charge its clients additional fees for the monitoring service, it says.

“With Allied Wallet’s rapid growth, hiring outside professionals to monitor our merchants is a necessity to ensure everyone remains in complete compliance,” says CEO Andy Khawaja.

G2 Web Services is based in Bellevue, WA.

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