Gasboy Islander / ICR PRIME® with EMV Payment

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Islander PRIME: Fleet Fuel Management System

Gasboy Islander PRIME
Meet the newest addition to the Gasboy family – The Islander PRIME

Islander™ PRIME fleet fuel management system combines the functionality of a sophisticated island fleet card reader in a single package hardened for the fuel island. PRIME Integrates seamlessly with other system components including EKOS and Fleet Head Office management software, also with unattended, remote and automated fueling systems. Create the most reliable, comprehensive turnkey fleet fuel management system on the market. Let Gasboy show you the most advanced fleet control technology — just contact your Gasboy distributor for more information.

• Interfaces seamlessly with Fleet Head Office / Precise cost tracking Supports multiple access technologies, including web-based and contactless systems /
• Easily integrated, enhanced data collection
• Lighted terminals / Secure 24/7/365 availability for unattended sites


ICR PRIME: Island Card Reader

Gasboy Islander PRIME
Gasboy’s ICR PRIME island card reader works in tandem with CFN PLUS or the Islander PRIME to provide a cost-effective way to manage access to fuel at multiple islands and unattended sites. Flexible. Efficient. It’s part of your Gasboy complete, turnkey solution backed by the world’s largest network of fleet product distributors and authorized service contractors.

• Compatible with a variety of different driver and vehicle access methods
• Cost-effective solution for multiple fuel islands
• Hardened for the tough fleet environment


Islander EMV PRIME: Payment System For Islander and ICR PRIME® Fleet Fuel Management System

Gasboy EMV Payment for Islander and ICR PRIME
• Insert style Hybrid Card Reader (HCR) reads both chip and magnetic stripe cards
• 16 key pin pad with graphic display and anti-tamper features
• The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard (PCI DSS) compliant
• Certified for EMV credit transactions on all major card brands including Visa, Mastercard, AMEX, Discover
• Accepts fleet cards including WEX, Voyager, Fuelman
• Accepts proprietary magnetic stripe cards
• Approved on the National Bankcard Services (NBS) Payment Network

Available for new Gasboy systems and field retrofits

• New Islander and Island Card Reader (ICR) PRIME available with the factory-installed EMV option, including hybrid card reader and pin pad
• EMV retrofits for currently installed Islander/ICR PRIME systems


INFORMATIONAL RESOURCES

Gasboy Islander PRIME /ICR EMV Brochure
Gasboy
Islander PRIME
& ICR EMV Brochure
Gasboy Homebase Station Brochure
Gasboy
Homebase Station
Brochure
Gasyboy P-2576 Islander PRIME Product Info Sheet
Gasyboy P-2576
Islander PRIME
Product Info Sheet
Gasboy Islander PRIME FAQ
Gasboy
Islander PRIME
FAQ
SP-7178 Bid Specification - Gasboy Fleet and Fuel Management 01/12
Gasboy Fleet and
Fuel Management
Bid Specification

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Mastercard to phase out magstripe cards: What that means for you

End of an Era: Mastercard Phases Out Magstripe Cards + Implications for C-StoresEnd of an Era: Mastercard Phases Out Magstripe Cards + Implications for C-Stores

The end of swipe is upon us. Mastercard has announced it is phasing out the use of magstripe cards.
Yes, after six decades of swipes, that little magnetic stripe on the back of your bank cards is going away. The move has plenty of implications for convenience stores that have not upgraded to outdoor EMV.

Starting in 2024, Mastercard will no longer require its credit and debit cards to have a stripe in most markets. By 2027, U.S. banks will no longer be required to issue chip cards with a magnetic stripe. Mastercard expects to eliminate magstripes by 2033.

Before we discuss what this means for c-stores, let’s remember how we got here.

Back to the Future

The magstripe was invented in the 1960’s to replace flatbed imprinting machines (aka knuckle-busters), which cashiers used to record credit card information.

So how were stores able to instantly verify a customer’s account? They couldn’t. Instead, card companies would send merchants a list of bad account numbers and the merchant had to match their own lists to verify purchases.

Fast-forward to today, EMV chips are used for 86% of face-to-face card transactions globally. Only 11% of consumers still prefer the magstripe, according to a December 2020 survey paid for by Mastercard.

That negative consumer sentiment is directly related to the lack of security measures surrounding magstripes. Criminals have proven they can easily steal consumers’ cardholder data using malware and skimmers to embed that stolen data onto counterfeit magstripe cards. On the other hand, cards with EMV chips are encrypted and cannot be so easily stolen.

What Does it Mean for C-Stores?Outdoor EMV Liability Shifts to Convenience Store Retailers

For convenience stores that have already upgraded their fuel dispensers with outdoor EMV technology, it’s business as usual.

For retailers who still haven’t invested in modern payment technology as mandated by EMV regulations, business is about to become even more complicated. Mastercard was the first to take this position on magstripes; but the other major card brands are very likely to follow suite with their own plans to phase out magnetic stripes from credit cards.

If retailers with old equipment don’t upgrade soon, their customers could be forced to use cash to pay for gas inside the c-store. As most fuel business owners know, the lion-share of customers pay at the pump. Less than a third of consumers still use cash at all. Taking the pay-at-the-pump option off the table is a near-automatic business killer.

The end of magstripe cards isn’t the only problem non-compliant retailers face. Many major oil companies are now charging non-compliance fees for any station without EMV-ready forecourts. Some are even pulling the payment terminals out of the pumps altogether to avoid fraud.

The Bottom Line

Skipping on EMV? Don’t Say We Didn’t Warn You…
These complications are nothing compared to the constant and immediate threat of chargebacks as a result of fraud migration. As more retailers turn on EMV at the pump, criminals are seeking out easier targets that have not been upgraded.

While there are some tactics retailers can use in an attempt to mitigate fraud, none of them are as effective or foolproof as the mandated EMV upgrade.

Ready to start protecting your business and customers from fraud with EMV-compliant payment technology?

Please feel free to contact us at 1-800-451-4021 or Email Us with any further questions or inquiries.


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Pumps & Dispensers
Passport Point of Sale
Gilbarco Passport Point of Sale
Forecourt Payment Options
Gilbarco Forecourt Payment Options
Forecourt Merchandising
Gilbarco Forecourt Merchandising Options

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Safely clean your Passport screen with this quick tip

Passport Clean Screen
Disinfect your Passport screen without accidentally shutting off your pumps.

Click image to view/download quick reference card


Here’s how:

Click on the links below.
Not only will you have access to these videos but very handy reference cards that can be downloaded and printed!!
These are just a few of the videos. There are many more videos to explore once you click on the links!

CASHIER INSTRUCTIONS

BALANCE PREPAY CLOSE THE TILL
CLOSE THE TILLCLOSE THE TILL
CONDUCT A TILL AUDITCONDUCT A TILL AUDIT

MANAGER INSTRUCTIONS

CHANGE FUEL PRICESCHANGE FUEL PRICES

 

CREATE RESTRICTION GROUPSCREATE RESTRICTION GROUPS
DIGITAL ADSDIGITAL ADS

EXPRESS LANE SELF-CHECKOUT INSTRUCTIONS

ADD ITEMS TO TRANSACTIONADD ITEMS TO TRANSACTION
ATTENDANT AUDIO ALARMATTENDANT AUDIO ALARM
AUTHORIZE AGE RESTRICTED ITEMAUTHORIZE AGE RESTRICTED ITEM

Looking for Gilbarco equipment? Click on the links below to visit our web store :

Pumps & Dispensers
Passport Point of Sale
Gilbarco Passport Point of Sale
Forecourt Payment Options
Gilbarco Forecourt Payment Options
Forecourt Merchandising
Gilbarco Forecourt Merchandising Options

Click here to search all Gilbarco equipment and parts listed in our web store.

Do you have any more questions about Gilbarco Passport POS system or require service? Feel free to call us at 1.800.451.4021 or email us using the link below:
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Gilbarco Passport Edge EOL Notification

Gilbarco Passport Edge

Passport Edge EOL

Product End of Life Notification | July 23, 2021

This is a notice that Gilbarco has decided to end of life the Passport Edge product. Gilbarco has stopped selling new hardware and services for Passport Edge as of July 1, 2021. We sincerely appreciate your support of the Passport Edge product, and your understanding with any inconvenience caused by this end of life.

Service End Date: On December 31, 2021, all existing Passport Edge services will be terminated. The services included are help desk, Insite360, hardware warranty, and software updates. Until Cancellation a site will continue to be invoiced for their Passport Edge system and/or service. All invoicing for Passport Edge systems and service will cease December 31st if the contract has not been cancelled prior to that date.

The cancellation agreement can be found here.

Replacement Options: Gilbarco will waive all Passport Edge subscription cancellation fees. We will also offer sites the ability to keep the existing Edge hardware. The site will need to purchase a Passport trade-up and receipt printer (the IP based Edge receipt printers are not supported by Passport). They can utilize most of the Edge hardware including PIN pads, cash drawer, UPS, keyboard, mouse, etc., in order to minimize replacement costs. An annual PSO contract will also be required between the site but reactivation fees will be waived if necessary until the end of the year. The site can contact contract services at 1-866-606-8969 to sign up for PSO.

Existing Hardware: For all existing Passport Edge hardware, the title will transfer to the end customer, and can be re-purpose or donated.


Please feel free to contact us at 1-800-451-4021 or Email Us with any further questions or inquiries prior to December 31, 2021.


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Gilbarco Cash Acceptor EOL Notification

Gilbarco Encore CIM

Encore S and 700S
Cash Acceptor EOL

This End of Life notification applies to the product known as the Encore Cash Acceptor option. This applies to the Encore S and 700S variants. This option is being declared end of life due to low order rates.

This notification is to inform you the Cash Acceptor option is being discontinued in 2021 and Gilbarco will accept Last Time Buy (LTB) orders by a deadline of August 20th, 2021. After this date no further purchase orders will be accepted for this product.

Ship dates against Last Time Buy (LTB) orders may be scheduled between now and October 29th, 2021. Orders are non-cancellable and cannot be rescheduled beyond this date. All other Gilbarco Standard Terms and Conditions apply to the LTB order.

If you have any questions regarding this notice , please feel free to contact us at 1-800-451-4021 or Email Us with any further questions or inquiries.


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What’s In It for Me? 5 Benefits of Outdoor EMV

When it comes to outdoor EMV, we all know the costs and consequences of not upgrading. And sure, when you upgrade, you’re protecting consumers from fraud and avoiding chargebacks – that’s the goal. But there’s one other important question: What does my business get out of it?
In this blog, we’ll discuss the benefits of outdoor EMV – and many of them have less to do with security and more to do with marketing your business.

1. Bang for your Bandwidth

Today, a high-speed connection is necessary on your forecourt for a variety of important reasons – not just to support chip card readers.

That high-speed bandwidth is the key to all the features now becoming standard in the minds of consumers.

2. Go Contactless

The popularity of contactless is rapidly growing and you need a high-speed connection to support this new payment method.

Since Gilbarco first introduced Pay-at-the-Pump, speed and security have become the main objectives of payment terminals on the forecourt. Contactless is the next natural progression in payment technology.

Not only are contactless transactions 10x faster than a traditional “dip” transaction, but they’re also far more secure thanks to encryption made possible by that high-speed connection you got with your EMV upgrade.

Then add a global pandemic to the equation. Adoption of contactless payment was already on the rise before COVID-19, but the pandemic has only accelerated the trend, according to Visa.
By The Numbers: Digital Payments Are Here TO StayImage: Visa

3. Moving Merchandise with Media

The standard forecourt now includes fuel dispensers with color screens and some level of media program.
Gilbarco Encore 700S

Retailers that use media on the forecourt aren’t doing it to be trendy or flashy, they’re making a strategic decision to bring more foot traffic into the store.

Research shows media at the pump can generate up to a 39% sales increase on promoted items.

To get media on the forecourt, you need that high-speed connection that we keep mentioning.

4. Customers Want It

There are plenty of myths about EMV (read about those here), but one of them includes the notion that consumers don’t know or care about chip card protection at the pump.

A recent study on that subject tells a different story.

Via TNS:

“Sixty-five percent of respondents said they prefer to use pay-at-the-pump facilities that are EMV compliant, demonstrating a heightened level of awareness among consumers for what many perceive as an industry issue,” said Dan Lyman, head of payments market North America for TNS. “[…], this is a clear call to action for retailers who have not yet upgraded.”

5. Peace of Mind

All features and benefits aside, EMV technology really is about protecting your business by protecting your customers. For many retailers, upgrading simply means a better night’s sleep. Knowing their businesses won’t be hit with fines and fees helps them rest easy.

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Looking for Gilbarco equipment? Click on the links below to visit our web store :

Pumps & Dispensers
Passport Point of Sale
Gilbarco Passport Point of Sale
Forecourt Payment Options
Gilbarco Forecourt Payment Options
Forecourt Merchandising
Gilbarco Forecourt Merchandising Options

Click here to search all Gilbarco equipment and parts listed in our web store.


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Gilbarco Updates: CRIND Printer Update & EMV Myths Debunked

CRIND Printer Mounting Changed from Slide Mount to Hinged Door

Related Equipment:

  • Encore® 700S
  • Encore® S/ECIM

Details:

Effective with May 2021 production of Encore S & 700S, Gilbarco will be shipping the CRIND printer mounted on a bottom hinged printer door. The printer will no longer ship installed on its current slide mount inside the dispenser.

When the printer door is opened the printer will be readily accessible on the printer door. Please note, the printer, printer head and orientation have not changed. It is the same printer; only mounting method has changed.

Some configurations of Encore, such as units with upper bezel security door switches, will not immediately ship with this new printer arrangement. These will transition to the new design later in 2021.

slide mount CRIND printerBefore bottom hinged CRIND printerAfter

6 Myths DEBUNKED About Outdoor EMV Upgrades

For those who haven’t upgraded, we hear a variety of reasons for the delay. Our expert EMV team is here to debunk the myths and spread the truth.

Myth #1: EMV is just too expensive and I can’t justify the cost.

The Facts: Upgrading a site to enable EMV is an investment in your store; but not upgrading to EMV technology could result in potential chargebacks that exceed $201K per site over the next 7 years.  This is much higher than the cost of upgrading a store to accept EMV at the pump. 

Myth #2: I’ll wait until my site begins seeing chargebacks before I order equipment.

The Facts: On the surface this strategy sounds like it could make sense; but chargebacks typically take 30-45 days after the transaction occurs to show up on the store’s network reconciliation statement.  That means that once you notice the first chargebacks, there are 4-6 weeks of transactions that have already been processed and it’s likely that the number of chargebacks will grow.

Myth #3: My store isn’t in a major metro area, so I don’t need to worry about criminals using counterfeit magstripe cards.

The Facts: The data is clear on the point that countries that have completed a similar migration to EMV shows that the fraud migrates to stores that are not able to accept EMV chip cards – including those in rural areas. The criminals WILL find you.

Myth #4: EMV doesn’t really reduce counterfeit card fraud – so why upgrade?

The Facts: Merchants who completed their EMV chip acceptance upgrades saw a reduction in counterfeit fraud by 76% per Visa.
EMV chip acceptance upgrades

Myth #5: EMV technology can’t prevent credit cards from being stolen by criminals that install skimming devices in the dispenser.

The Facts: Technically this is correct – EMV on its own doesn’t detect or prevent skimming from occurring.  However, updating to newer payment electronics can provide additional benefits – such as local data encryption between the dispenser and Point of Sale.  So a skimmer device inside a dispenser is less likely to be able to obtain sensitive cardholder data, and that means fewer angry customers blaming your store for not securing their credit/debit card.

Myth #6: If I begin to see chargebacks, I can just turn off card acceptance at the pump and it won’t impact my business.

The Facts: By the standards of today’s consumers, this is not an option. Some customers prefer to pay with cash or come inside to pay for fuel; but a majority of consumers pay at the pump because it’s convenient.  This is why virtually every retail gas station today accepts card payment at the pump.  Most stores that turn off this functionality will see a business impact in terms of fewer customers and reduced revenues.

Ready to upgrade? We can help you with financing.
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Looking for Gilbarco equipment? Click on the links below to visit our web store :

Pumps & Dispensers
Passport Point of Sale
Gilbarco Passport Point of Sale
Forecourt Payment Options
Gilbarco Forecourt Payment Options
Forecourt Merchandising
Gilbarco Forecourt Merchandising Options

Click here to search all Gilbarco equipment and parts listed in our web store.


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If you’ve missed the EMV deadline, there’s still a way to get back on track.

So You Missed the EMV Deadline, What Now?

At long last, the outdoor EMV deadline for the U.S. has passed, but that doesn’t mean the story is over yet.

From now on, chargebacks from fraud that occurs on unprotected forecourts are now the responsibility of the retailer, not the banks.

And despite multiple deadline delays, only half of fuel retailers (48 percent) have met the EMV compliance mandates by the April 17th, according to a new survey.

The right side of the graphic above splits retailers into three categories, but it’s the 25% of retailers who are “unsure” when they’ll complete their EMV upgrades that present the greatest challenges.

With limits on manpower, equipment, and hardware, those who didn’t plan ahead will now have to wait in line.


What Can You Do While You Wait?

Fraud MonitoringFirst, consider measures to limit the damage. Identify and prioritize sites that are in the areas most prone to fraud. Put those sites as close to the front of the line for upgrades as possible.

While not fool-proof, tamper-evident tape can help deter criminals, but experienced fraudsters know how to cover their tracks.

There are also fraud monitoring systems through Visa or other payment processers that send risky transactions inside the store to pay.

The most drastic option you can take is turning off your payment terminals at the fuel dispenser altogether, forcing customers to pay inside on EMV protected PIN pads. The problem here is that the loss in business from inconvenienced customers may cost more than the potential fraud.


Missed EMV Deadline
Read about the potential losses that unprotected businesses should expect with the liability shift here.

The Bottom Line

Fraud liability has shifted, but the plan of action remains the same. If you haven’t started your upgrade process yet, contact us as soon as possible. We have financing options and EMV discounts available.


EMV Behind The Eight BallDoes EMV currently have you behind the eight ball?

We are here to help with equipment and financing options!!

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Passport Point-of-Sale: Tips & Tricks for your POS

Passport® Point-of-Sale: Powerful. Robust. User-friendly.

Passport®POS PX60We could easily spend a month of Sundays and then some going over the features of the Passport Point-of-Sale system. Without a doubt one of, if not the most robust POS system on the market for cstore fuel retailers. And the support provided by Gilbarco Veeder-Root and their network of authorized dealers and service providers, including yours truly, the John W Kennedy Company matches the system’s capabilities. Not only do we at the Kennedy Company offer factory certified service for Passport, but we train others to become certified technicians as well as customized training for system end users.

But it doesn’t end there. Matter of fact, that’s just the beginning.  There is so much support, it is tough to keep up with listing it all.  Some of the best online resources available are the Passport Tips and Tricks videos for managers, cashiers and even Express Lane Self-Checkout!  Cool, eh?!?


Click on the links below.
Not only will you have access to these videos but very handy reference cards that can be downloaded and printed!!
These are just a few of the videos. There are many more videos to explore once you click on the links!

CASHIER INSTRUCTIONS

BALANCE PREPAY CLOSE THE TILL
CLOSE THE TILLCLOSE THE TILL
CONDUCT A TILL AUDITCONDUCT A TILL AUDIT

MANAGER INSTRUCTIONS

CHANGE FUEL PRICESCHANGE FUEL PRICES

 

CREATE RESTRICTION GROUPSCREATE RESTRICTION GROUPS
DIGITAL ADSDIGITAL ADS

EXPRESS LANE SELF-CHECKOUT INSTRUCTIONS

ADD ITEMS TO TRANSACTIONADD ITEMS TO TRANSACTION
ATTENDANT AUDIO ALARMATTENDANT AUDIO ALARM
AUTHORIZE AGE RESTRICTED ITEMAUTHORIZE AGE RESTRICTED ITEM

Do you have any more questions about Gilbarco Veeder-Root Passport POS system or require service? Feel free to call us at 1.800.451.4021 or email us using the link below:
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Outdoor EMV Liability Shifts to Convenience Store Retailers

Outdoor EMV liability has officially shifted for the convenience store industry.

EMVAs of midnight on April 17th, 2021, convenience store operators are responsible for fraud that happens on their forecourts.

What Does This Mean for Retailers?

Prior to the liability shift, most pay-at-the-pump dispensers used magstripe technology to verify credit card payments. The problem is, data from magstripe cards can be easily stolen and duplicated using devices called “skimmers,” creating an enormous black market for identify theft.

EMV “chip” technology encrypts customers’ financial data, making it much more difficult for criminals to steal credit card information. EMV stands for Europay, Mastercard, and Visa, the founders of the encrypted chip technology.

Until now, those banks have assumed liability for fraud occurring at fuel dispensers.

Now that the liability shift has occurred, the retailers now own the fallout from fraud. In other words, c-store retailers are now on the hook for fees and legal issues related to fraud that occurs at their stores.

On the other hand, retailers with outdoor EMV technology don’t have to worry about liability.

Chip Cards Likely Chipping Away at Fraud in Europe - America is NextEMV regulations have been in place in Canada and much of the world for the last decade with great success. U.S. retailers have been slower to make the move, causing deadline delays. But as we know now, the deadline is sticking and the “chargebacks” are now your problem.

What is a Chargeback?Chargebacks: Skipping on EMV? Don’t Say We Didn’t Warn You…

You can learn all about chargebacks here, but we’ll do the cliff notes now.

There are two types:

Lost and Stolen – Like you might expect, a card can be either lost or stolen. The fraud occurs when it’s used by someone to run up charges before the victim notices.

Counterfeit Fraud – This is where the liability shift is happening between the card networks and retailers. In this scenario, a criminal uses low-cost equipment to create brand new magstripe cards with stolen, but valid data.

The data is typically purchased on the dark web from other criminals who skimmed it from other unprotected gas pumps. In some cases, organized crime syndicates both skim the card data and create the fake (but very usable) cards.

What Now?

Now that fraud liability has shifted, it has created two buckets of convenience stores: EMV have’s and EMV have not’s.

Many retailers have already taken the steps to install EMV on their forecourts well ahead of the deadline.

Maplefields, a c-store retailer in Northern New England, has been 100% EMV compliant since January 2021.

“If you’re not EMV-compliant by the deadline, then it all falls back on you. Breaches, chargebacks, those are 100% yours,” says Maplefields’ IT Director, Skip Potter. “You own those. And I’ll tell you, one breach? That could destroy your company.”

Watch more here:

The rush to install has created a backlog, causing late-to-the-game retailers to wait in line for their upgrade appointment. Then, there are retailers who haven’t made plans to upgrade at all. Most believe they won’t become a victims of fraud, but experts believe differently.

Via Digital Transactions:

Gilbarco EMV-enabled fuel pump dispenserIn an example offered by Mercator, an operator with 12 locations spread evenly among areas deemed be low-, medium-, and high-risk, would face fraud liability totaling $17,315 per store over 12 months, or $207,783 overall. “This could change dramatically depending on the risk position of each station, and it should be noted that Mercator’s calculation takes a decidedly conservative approach,” said Tim Sloane, vice president of payments innovation at Marlborough, Mass.-based Mercator, in a statement.
Bottom Line

Despite the delays and COVID-19, one fact remains: the demand for payment technology is ever-increasing and ever-changing.

No one wants to shop on a website that is vulnerable to hacking, so why expect your fuel customers to shop at a vulnerable dispenser?

If you are a retailer who hasn’t started your EMV plans, you need to begin as soon as possible.

Contact our expert payment team today to begin the outdoor EMV process.

Feel free to call us at 1.800.451.4021 or email us using the link below to
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