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Lori Griboski

VP, Petroleum Sales

Lori Griboski is a payments veteran with over 15 years of experience in the petroleum market. She prides herself on building and maintaining strong relationships with ISOs, agents, merchants and partners.

Lori Griboski is a payments veteran with over 15 years of experience in the petroleum market. Having started her career with PCS in 2004, she quickly worked her way up the ranks, currently leading sales and partner management. Lori prides herself on building and maintaining strong relationships with ISOs, agents, merchants and partners. With a passion for innovation and operational efficiency along with work ethic, Lori has spent the majority of her career creating an exceptional customer experience for PCS’ merchants, agents and partners.

Featured articles and reports from Lori

De-branding gas stations: what happens next?

Oct 06, 2021 - Gas stations that are not EMV-compliant face the possibility of losing their contract with a major petroleum brand or having to pay steep fines they cannot afford. For gas station that de-brand, there are options.

  • Lori Griboski, VP, Petroleum Sales
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Gas stations that are not EMV-compliant face the possibility of losing their contract with a major petroleum brand or having to pay steep fines they cannot afford. For gas station that de-brand, there are options.

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Assessing the impact of the EMV deadline for gas stations

Sep 08, 2021 - It’s been five months since liability for at-pump fraud for non-EMV compliant payments shifted to gas stations. But we have already seen several ways this is going to change the sector now and in the future.

  • Lori Griboski, VP, Petroleum Sales
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It’s been five months since liability for at-pump fraud for non-EMV compliant payments shifted to gas stations. But we have already seen several ways this is going to change the sector now and in the future.

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The EMV liability shift: Gas stations still have a lot of work to do

Nov 03, 2020 - With six months to go until the EMV deadline, we take a look at how gas stations have progressed since the latest extension and how far they have to go.

  • Lori Griboski, VP, Petroleum Sales
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With six months to go until the EMV deadline, we take a look at how gas stations have progressed since the latest extension and how far they have to go.

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Extending the EMV deadline: Compliance remains a priority

Aug 04, 2020 - The COVID-19 pandemic led to card schemes announcing that the date for the EMV liability shift will be put back to April 2021, but this does not mean gas stations should stop thinking about compliance

  • Lori Griboski, VP, Petroleum Sales
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The COVID-19 pandemic led to card schemes announcing that the date for the EMV liability shift will be put back to April 2021, but this does not mean gas stations should stop thinking about compliance

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EMV at the pump: Your questions answered

Jan 02, 2020 - In October gas stations will be under new obligations for accepting card payments at the pump. In this article we answer your frequently asked questions about how the change will affect the industry.

  • Lori Griboski, VP, Petroleum Sales
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In October gas stations will be under new obligations for accepting card payments at the pump. In this article we answer your frequently asked questions about how the change will affect the industry.

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Can gas stations afford to miss the EMV at-pump deadline?

Dec 18, 2019 - Gas stations are struggling to justify the costs of installing chip card readers. But instead of asking “can I afford to be EMV compliant?” gas station owners should be asking “can I afford not to?”

  • Lori Griboski, VP, Petroleum Sales
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Gas stations are struggling to justify the costs of installing chip card readers. But instead of asking “can I afford to be EMV compliant?” gas station owners should be asking “can I afford not to?”

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