Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) Compliance
Canadian Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) requires an affirmative action by the user to opt-in to email and other forms of communication. In order to comply with CASL, Paytronix has set the default setting of the opt-in checkboxes on guest-facing websites to “opt-out” for all clients that are headquartered in Canada. If you are unsure what regulations you need to comply with, please consult with your in-house legal counsel.
Updates to the Phone Number Field
Paytronix has altered its phone number field to accommodate international clients. The CSR Account Lookup, Guest Analysis report, and email substitution parameters now remain unformatted when United Kingdom phone numbers are entered. Additionally, each of these phone number fields will accept and/or display anywhere from 8 to 11 digits. Once submitted, United States phone numbers (10 digits long, starting with digits 2 through 9) will be automatically formatted as: (###)-###-####. Dashes and parentheses are not accepted characters when submitting a phone number through customer account lookup. United Kingdom phone numbers will remain unformatted in all areas of the system (i.e., Account Lookup, Guest Analysis, and the email substitution parameter).
Change to the Increment Rule
The increment rule now allows a fixed expiration date, in addition to the relative expiration date. This will allow you to expire all rewards given through this rule on a fixed date, for example January 1, 2017.