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Visa Token Service: domain restrictions

The Visa Token Service documents describe several domain restrictions that can be placed on provisioned tokens:

 

"Domain restrictions could limit a token to be used with a specific device, a specific channel (contactless v. e-commerce), or a specific merchant or token requestor. Tokens may be limited to a specific number of transactions, a specific duration (time to live), or a specific transaction amount. "

 

My question is: how do I set these restrictions?  I don't see anything in the enrollment or provisioning APIs that describe how these can be applied.

 

Thanks in advance.

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Community Manager

Re: Visa Token Service: domain restrictions

Hi - You're correct. Tokenatizion demmands domain restrictions.

Currently, at VDP we are providing only Token for COF (Card-on_file) use case.

For other use cases like HCE, might be necessary get and Visa issuer (Bank) Involved.

Thanks,
Ricardo
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