Wondering how to accept credit card payments without a merchant account? Learn what third-party payment processing is, and the pros & cons for small businesses.
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Whether you just want a simple setup to accept the occasional credit card payment or you’re interested in integrating credit cards and other payment methods into your overall dental office management, a good payment processor can offer you the tools you need.
Both a woman-owned and veteran-owned business, Gregg and Katie DuFort are examples of a successful COVID-pivot with their outdoor-based escape room business.
With both contenders offering minimal fees and nearly identical flat-rate pricing, most businesses won’t see a significant overall price difference between them. Whether Square or QuickBooks will be the better choice will mainly come down to which of the two companies offers the better features your business needs to grow and thrive.
This article will explain what cash discount programs are, how they work, and how they differ from credit card surcharges. We’ll also go over the pros and cons of cash discounting to help you make a more informed decision about whether such a program is right for your business.
Kabbage has recently launched the Kabbage Payments service to help freelancers, independent contractors, and other services-oriented businesses get paid more quickly. While most people think of Kabbage as a lending company, it offers much more than just loans. Kabbage aims to bring the kind of automation features and digital services enjoyed by big businesses to the small business community.
Shift4 Payments is a merchant services provider that has been around under various business names since 1997. While previously best known for its Shift4 payment gateway, today it offers a complete line of products and services for almost any retail or eCommerce business. But does it work for small businesses?
If you collect payments online, your customers are likely accustomed to using credit or debit cards, PayPal, or even digital wallets, but some may be open to authorizing a simple bank transfer via the good old ACH Network. How do you compare ACH service providers and choose the best one for your business? Read on!
There are so many processing companies, they all seem to be doing more or less the same thing, and they all have both glowing testimonials and terrible complaints. How are you supposed to choose the best company under these circumstances? Who can you trust? Read on to find out.
Overall, we believe that Seamless Chex offers a great service at a fair price. While we can’t tell you whether it will be a good fit for your particular business, the company’s extensive pricing disclosures make it fairly easy for you to estimate how much it will cost you, and how that cost compares against your other alternatives. Seamless Chex earns a very respectable score of 4.5 out of 5 stars, and our strongest endorsement.