Dismount ADA/PCI Coverages.
Card and PIN Reader Mounting.
It’s important to prioritize accessibility and consider the diverse needs of customers, including those with limited reach, strength, or other physical challenges. If the POS card and PIN readers are not accessible to everyone, it leads to difficulties for some customers and potentially compromises their security.

Regulations and standards are in place to ensure accessibility in various public services, including payment systems. Merchants and businesses are strongly encouraged to comply with these accessibility regulations to provide an inclusive and secure shopping experience for all customers.

If you or anyone you know encounter issues with the accessibility of POS card and PIN readers, you may want to bring it to the attention of the business owners or store managers. They may not be aware of the ADA requirements or its enforcement and the challenges some of their customers are facing. They should be more than willing to invest in a POS Dismount checkout mount as its accessible and assistive mounting technology. 

Further, it too is the responsibility for a business’s card processor and/or POS equipment provider to provide accessibility POS card and PIN reader assistive mounting technology. 

Remember, simplifying the checkout process is not just something consumers desire — they demand it. Making your POS checkout accessible can enhance the shopping experience for all customers, including those with disabilities.

Additionally, raising awareness about accessibility issues within the community and advocating for inclusive practices can contribute to positive change. Businesses often respond to customer feedback and community expectations, especially when it comes to ensuring a welcoming and accessible environment for all patrons. If you see our POS Dismount in one store, others will quickly take notice. Spread the word everywhere loudly.

How many? One ADA Dismount Stand/Mount at minimum, if more than four, one for every fourth and is to be the open checkout at all times of store operating hours. If multi-lane, one per four checkout lanes. 

Enforcement Action: (ongoing).
What constitutes a violation of the ADA?
It violates the ADA to fail to provide reasonable accommodation to the known physical limitations of a qualified individual with a disability.
Federal law fines of up to $75,000 for the first violation and $150,000 for additional ADA violators. Additionally, – The State of California has fines of $4,000 to $6,000. Additionally, attorney costs and legal fines come into play. It happens daily. 

Zero Accessible.
No Reach Checkout.


PCI PTS POI Compliance: (accessibility requirement).

The PED must provide a means to deter the visual observation of PIN values as they are being entered by the cardholder.

The cardholder needs to shield it with his/her body to protect against observation of the PIN during PIN entry. (think wheelchair or a little person, limited reach and strength, visual screen accommodation as a few examples).

Visa Core Rules Section Compliance with Laws and Regulations.

Each Member is also responsible for ensuring that any of its affiliates, subsidiaries, parent companies, third-party agents, Merchants, and any other of its appointed agents participating in Visa’s system comply with all applicable laws, regulations, and other legal requirements applicable to each country in which its affiliates, subsidiaries, parent companies, third-party agents, Merchants, and other appointed agents operate.
(ADA is a Federal Law with regulations).

Visa TADG 3.2 – 2.6 Accessibility Requirements Device vendors and acquirers are responsible for ensuring that all customer-facing devices adhere to any and all accessibility requirements for the countries in which they operate and for the countries in which the devices are installed. (Again, -ADA is a Federal Law with regulations).

Dismount -Transact - Re-Mount.
California Businesses Specific
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