MyCard payment gateway clients with a magnetic card swipe or an EMV device have three ways to obtain the 'swipe/dip/tap rates' when requesting auths:
Cards that have swipe value will show in payment drop down on the Folio with an (S) next to the card number as shown to the right. Cards that were 'tap' or 'dip' into an EMV device will show in the payment drop down on the Folio with an (E) next to the card number as shown to the right. All cards with authorization also show the amount left on the authorization and the method that the authorization was obtained. There is a (T) for a traditional MyCARD auth and a (P) for a Pax EMV authorization. In addition to knowing where the authorization came from we also list the remaining amount of the authorization.
In the screen shot above, the CA-9019 means a MasterCard ending in xxxx-9019 was 'tapped' or 'dipped' into an EMV device and has $0 left in its authorization.
Tip: If you use more than one EMV terminal, we list the name of the device that took the authorization or payment on the manage credit card page.