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Stay Compliant with the Latest Visa Regulations

Visa has recently announced new regulations for content providers. If you follow these rules, you will be able to stay compliant. They need consent in writing for any content that is uploaded or streamed online. This includes social media, tube sites, cam sites, adult dating sites, and voyeur programs.


The merchant must also enter into a written agreement with the content provider that states that the content does not have any illegal activity. The merchant needs proof that the content’s people have given consent to be there and to have it publicly shared. Merchants must only allow content uploads from verified content providers and must review all content before publication. They must also have systems to monitor live-streamed content and remove anything illegal that violates Visa rules.

Regarding marketing, merchants must not promote content that implies child exploitation or non-consensual activities. They must also have a process to report any illegal content and remove it within seven days. If there is a disagreement about consent, the merchant must get a neutral third party to resolve the issue. Merchants also need to submit monthly reports to Visa.

Merchants need to have their policies in place about content and compliance. This includes procedures for verifying and reviewing content, as well as policies to prevent human trafficking. Merchants must also have a chargeback policy and a return and refund policy. Following these regulations will help you stay compliant with Visa and Mastercard rules.

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BCAMS Magazine, the 20th issue!

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This December issue, themed around the festive season, features 15 models in Christmas attire and delves into critical societal aspects like law, technology, and personal rights.


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Halloween Spending Soars Despite Economic Challenges

Halloween in the United States is witnessing a surprising trend: record-high spending in the face of economic challenges. In 2023, spending on Halloween is expected to reach a historic $12.2 billion, surpassing the already impressive $10.6 billion spent in 2022, as reported by the National Retail Federation (NRF). This growth occurs despite the backdrop of rising inflation and looming economic uncertainties.

The breakdown of spending shows a notable increase in various categories:
$4.1 billion on costumes, up from $3.6 billion in 2022.
$3.9 billion on decorations.
$3.6 billion on candy, an increase from $3.1 billion the previous year.

Moreover, the average per-person spending is forecasted to rise to $108.24, exceeding the 2021 record of $102.74. This surge in expenditure highlights an interesting dynamic: while facing inflationary pressures, Americans are not shying away from celebrating Halloween in grandeur.

In 2023, the NRF survey revealed that 73% of respondents planned to partake in Halloween-related activities, a slight increase from 69% in 2022. This shift to more in-person festivities follows the COVID-19 pandemic, which had dampened the holiday spirit in previous years.

However, economic challenges are shaping consumers’ shopping habits. Reports from PowerReviews indicate that 73% of Americans are adjusting their Halloween shopping due to financial strains. Cost-saving measures include recycling costumes, buying cheaper candy, and shopping for sales and discounts. Nearly half of the consumers plan to start shopping before October, a strategy to spread out expenses over time.

Despite these cost-conscious approaches, some consumers are turning to credit card debt and Buy Now Pay Later (BNPL) options to finance their holiday expenses. This trend underscores the current financial landscape where people are struggling yet still willing to spend on holidays like Halloween.

To manage these expenses, consumers are advised to create a holiday budget and stick to it, shop for deals, and consider financial options like personal loans for debt consolidation. Retailers, recognizing the tightening budgets, are focusing on personalized promotions and in-store experiences to attract shoppers.

In conclusion, while the economic landscape presents challenges, the allure of Halloween remains strong in the U.S., with consumers eager to celebrate the spooky season, albeit with a more budget-conscious approach.

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BCAMS Magazine, the 19th issue!

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