The Identity Authentication Service makes credit card payment over the Internet more secure. 3-D Secure, part of the Identity Authentication Service, is a service that verifies an individual’s identify by having them enter a password registered with their card issuer in advance in addition to their card number, expiration date, and other details during payment. Since September 2021, we also provide EMV 3-D Secure, which uses one-time code and other methods to verify the identity only for those suspected of fraudulent use.
Damages caused by fraudulent credit card use are increasing in online transactions.
With the Identity Authentication Service, verification is done using a password or one-time code that only the cardholder could know, allowing you to prevent "spoofed" payments with stolen cards by unauthorized users.
We also offer other solutions to counter fraudulent use.
When a credit card is used by a third party, the card company will refuse to pay the merchants for the sale (a chargeback).
In principle, card companies do not issue chargebacks for payments that have gone through personal authentication. (There are some exceptions and rules for each brand)
EMV 3-D Secure analyzes multiple data points in real time to determine possible unauthorized use, including credit card usage history, the device used by the person making the card payment, as well as the delivery address for the product at the time of purchase. Authentication will only be performed on cardholders suspected of fraudulent use.
Cardholders not suspected of fraudulent use can save the trouble of verifying their identity, making for smoother transactions.
The following brands support 3-D Secure and EMV 3-D Secure respectively. For other credit cards brands, transactions will be conducted as normal without personal authentication even after introducing this service.
(While the name differs for each brand, it is generally called "3-D Secure." "3-D Secure" is the name of the personal authentication service provided by VISA.)
The service can be used on PCs and smartphone.
The Identity Authentication Service is not available for use on regular mobile phones (feature phones).
*For payments on regular mobile phones, transactions will be conducted as normal without personal authentication even after introducing this service.
The Link type system connection method is required when introducing the Identity Authentication Service.
Below is a example of identity authentication. The content displayed may differ depending on the supported brand or other factors.
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