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Jason Vissers

Jason Vissers

Expert Analyst & Reviewer at Merchant Maverick
Jason Vissers has been researching, analyzing, and writing about small business software and finance since 2015. His financial expertise has been cited in numerous publications, including The Ladders. Jason graduated with a Political Science degree from San Diego State University in 2001.
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How To Get EIN-only business cards

How To Get Business Credit Cards With An EIN Only & How To Get Started

Most business credit card issuers require your SSN when you apply, as this allows them to perform a hard inquiry on your personal credit report and to establish the personal guarantee that most business credit cards require. However, in certain instances, it may be possible for you to obtain business credit without providing your SSN and avoid personal liability and a hard credit pull. This article will detail the circumstances in which you can apply for business credit cards with your EIN only.

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Jun 15, 2022 Filed under: Business Credit Cards, Corporate Cards 0
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VizyPay Review: Do Cash Discounts & Hybrid Credit Card Processing Really Work?

Pros Transparent pricing Month-to-month billing No setup fees Excellent customer support Very few public complaints Cons Accepts US-based merchants only Not suitable for high-risk businesses VizyPay Overview VizyPay has been in the merchant account business since 2017. A reseller of First Data/Fiserv payment processing and Clover point of sale systems, VizyPay distinguishes itself from the […]

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Jun 3, 2022 Filed under: Merchant Account Reviews 1
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The 8 Best Options For Recurring Payment Systems & Subscription Billing Platforms

Whether you’re offering magazine subscriptions, a grocery delivery service, a subscription box company, or software-as-a-service (SaaS), a good subscription billing service attends to your particular needs. From invoicing to accounting to reporting and analytics, we want to match you with the recurring billing service that fits your business’s needs without making you pay for features you don’t need.

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Feb 9, 2021 Filed under: ACH and Check Processing, Credit Card Processing 0
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COVID Relief: You Could Get Partial Forgiveness, Increased SBA Guarantee, & More On 7(a) Loans & Microloans

In order to get the full eight months’ worth of forgiveness of principal and interest payments for these loans, your business will need to be in one of the industries identified by the SBA as particularly impacted by the coronavirus pandemic, such as food service, accommodation, education, arts & entertainment, and personal care services.

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Jan 11, 2021 Filed under: Business Loans, Small Business 0

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