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What Is A Monthly Minimum & How Does It Work?

Starting up a new business is never easy. In addition to the many other headaches you’ll have to deal with, you’ll need to find a reputable merchant services provider if you want to be able to accept credit and debit cards. If you’ve read any of our other articles about payment processing, you know that […]

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Oct 1, 2019 Filed under: Credit Card Processing 0

Are You A High-Risk Merchant?

High-risk credit card processing can be tricky, but it’s not a death sentence for your business. Running any business these days more or less requires that you give your customers the option of paying with credit or debit cards. If you’re an eCommerce entrepreneur, credit/debit cards are just about your only option for getting paid. […]

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Sep 23, 2019 Filed under: Credit Card Processing 218

The Merchant’s Guide To Recurring Payments & Billing

Photoshop. Dropbox. Microsoft Office 365. Netflix. These are just a few of the products and services I’ve used in the last few days that require a monthly or annual subscription. There are several others that I’m paying for as well but haven’t used recently. If you’re old enough, you might remember the bad old days […]

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Sep 5, 2019 Filed under: Credit Card Processing 0

Get A 0% Interchange-Plus Markup With Membership Fee Pricing

By now, you’ve certainly figured out that credit card processing isn’t free. Every credit or debit card transaction that your business accepts is going to cost you money. You probably also understand that your payment processor has to pay interchange fees to the bank that issued the customer’s card. In fact, interchange fees constitute the […]

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Aug 13, 2019 Filed under: Credit Card Processing 7

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