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Email Marketing Automation With Sendlane
Posted by Wayne Smith on 05 February 2020 08:30 AM
Engage customers and increase sales with personalized, data-driven email campaigns.

  Our new Sendlane integration offers Miva merchants access to Sendlane’s sophisticated email automation and marketing tools, including:
  • Behavior and event-based marketing automation

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Upcoming Webinar: 2020 Sales Tax Changes
Posted by Wayne Smith on 28 January 2020 10:57 AM

2019 brought significant changes in sales and use tax rules, leaving online sellers of all sizes scrambling to keep up with changing tax liabilities. 

 Now that 2020 is upon us, it's time to prepare for even more sales tax changes to go into effect. 

Join Miva and Scott Peterson, VP of US Tax Policy and Government Relationships for Avalara, for a live webinar on Tuesday, February 18 at 11 AM Pacific/1 PM Central Time. We will
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AvaTax Module is Now Available!
Posted by Wayne Smith on 12 November 2019 08:33 AM

The new AvaTax integration has been released and is now available on the App Store:

This new integration features:

  • Real Time Rates During Checkout
  • Shipping and Charges Tax Codes
  • Product Level Tax Codes (Import/Export Capabilities)
  • Customer Tax Exemptions
  • Sync of new Tax Codes and Entity Use Codes
  • Calculate Taxes in Admin for Manual
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UPS i-parcel International Shipping by Miva, Inc.
Posted by Wayne Smith on 10 October 2019 02:44 PM

UPS i-parcel is a complete solution to international shipping including showing total landed cost to the customer during checkout, fulfillment, currency conversion and payment. This UPS i-parcel module offers three options for providing customers international shipping and payment options. The Shipping Only operation mode will return all valid
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Credit Card Security Code ( CVV2 ) explained
Posted by Jim McCormick on 21 July 2009 10:11 AM

Credit Card Security Code ( CVV2 ) explained

What is the CVV2?

The CVV2, Credit Card Security Code is the number found on the back of most cards. It's usually a three digit code, and it's purpose is to ensure that the person using the card for a purchase actually has that card IN THEIR HAND.

Why ask for the CVV2?

There are LOTS of ways that criminals can get their hands on lists of stolen credit card numbers. Getting hold of matching CVV2
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