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Payment group: Cards (debit & credit)
Payment product ID: 125

Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) was established in January 1961 and two months later issued Japan's first credit card. As Japanese tourists traveled abroad, Japan's credit card companies started issuing cards with US based international brands to secure acceptance abroad. JCB was the only one to decide to establish its own global acceptance and service network. Since the beginning of its international expansion in 1981 JCB acquired over 150 mln card members in 23 countries. JCB is also in a strategic alliance with Discover Network merchants in the United States, UnionPay merchants in China, American Express merchants in Canada, and RuPay merchants in India. As of January 8, 2018 JCB USA will no longer issue JCB cards in the American market, foreign JCB cards will continue to work through the Discover network partnership.


This is a payer authentication program from JCB.


  • 3D Secure
  • Chargebacks
  • Delayed captures
  • Disputes
  • Industry-specific data
  • Installments
  • Multiple/partial refunds
  • Partial captures
  • Recurring
  • Refunds
  • Tokenization

Key benefits

  • Real-time authorization
  • Secure payments
  • Fast settlement cycle
  • International acceptance


JCB is available as a part of our full-service offering and has a simplified boarding process:

  1. Our merchant implementation team completes the online boarding form & submits it to our acquiring partner.
  2. Depending on our acquiring partner's feedback, you might need to sign a "Card Not Present" agreement.
  3. Our acquiring partner completes KYC.
  4. Our acquiring partner sets up a new processing account for your business.
  5. Our acquiring partner shares a new processing account with Worldline.
  6. We configure pre-production and production credentials for you.
  7. You run the end-to-end testing with the support of our merchant implementation team.
  8. Go live!

For other questions, you can always contact the boarding team to help you out.

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