Tokenization replaces easily manipulated private data associated with online payments with a long random string of numbers. Simply put, using tokenization means you’re making the process of accepting credit cards more secure, easier and safer for your customer. It reduces the risk of costly, scary data breeches that can harm your brand image, and it instills a relationship of trust and comfort between you and your customers.
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