Dutch Oil Making Infrastructure & Security Investments

Columbus, MS – Dutch Oil Company has begun an aggressive infrastructure project focused on upgrading its payment terminals to accommodate the increased security of EMV (Europay, MasterCard, Visa) technology – more commonly known as “chip cards.”  By teaming up with industry-leading partners, like Shell, Gilbarco Veeder-Root, Wayne Fueling Systems, Heartland Payment Systems, and VeriFone, Dutch Oil is installing new payment terminals inside its stores and at many of its fuel dispensers that will allow customers to pay with confidence.

Sprint Mart #4125 in Starkville, MS features EMV-capable terminals at all four payment terminals inside the store and EMV hardware at all 8 fuel dispensers.

Dutch Oil Company is proud to be ahead of the curve with this data security initiative.  While the credit card brands, point-of-sale manufacturers, and software developers are still a long way from completing all software required to process every type of chip card at all terminals, Dutch Oil is moving forward and installing the necessary hardware so that its customers’ purchases are processed with maximum security as soon as software becomes available.

Founded in 1972 in Columbus, MS, Dutch Oil Company has been selling fuel and convenience to local communities for over 40 years.  Customers, Dealers, and employees trust Dutch Oil Company to bring exceptional service and innovation to the fuel and convenience business.

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