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567tbd   Friday, 12/16/11 09:38:58 AM
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WSHE -Business Description

Headquartered in Calgary, Alberta Canada E-Debit Global has a history originated on it's nationwide automated teller machine and point of sale networks. Powered by ACI Worldwide's On Demandâ„¢ Solution and its BASE24-epsâ„¢ payments platform of application software for the electronic payments marketplace, E-Debit Global provides one of technologies most advanced single source, end to end transaction and payment processing solutions in Canada.

One of eighty-three member organizations within the Canadian Interac Association, E-Debit Global securely acquires, authenticates, routes, switches, authorizes and settles financial transactions across multiple channels whether the choice of payment is gift card, debit or prepaid card or credit card. E-Debit's strategic focus is on delivering innovative transaction processing related products and solutions to empower both Cardholders and Merchants with access to the expanding world of internet e-commerce, card not present transactions and mobile commerce.

E-Debit Global's secure infrastructure is fully PCI (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards) compliant from end to end in its protection of customer and merchant payment card information and strives to exceed PCI's worldwide information security standard.



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