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The Best CBD Oil Merchant Account Providers

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Frank Kehl

Frank Kehl

Frank Kehl has been writing about merchant services, payment gateways, and international money transfer services since 2015. He has a Bachelor of Science degree from Penn State and a Juris Doctorate from the Ventura College of Law. After a long and enjoyable career of traveling around the world as an Air Force navigator, he’s comfortably settled down in the wine country town of Paso Robles in California’s scenic Central Coast region. He enjoys reading, photography, hiking, and numerous other outdoor pursuits.
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    Ronda

    Great article, very informative
    Thanks

      Anthony

      With elevon now stepping out, are there any recommendations on domestic banks that will fund ecommerce sales?

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        Jessica Dinsmore

        Hi Anthony,

        The article recommends five CBD oil providers, and I believe they all support eCommerce. Best of luck!

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          Kent

          It’s unclear from the review here (and also from the partner pages) of whether or not any of these providers can support unattended kiosk sales. We have reached out to some but so far no information has been returned.

          Assuming we are able to satisfy local regulations (age verification, etc), are you aware of any of these providers (or other providers) offering payment hardware and unattended merchant account processing?

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            Jessica Dinsmore

            Hi Kent,

            With the recent deregulation of hemp-based products, many providers that weren’t accepting CBD oil businesses are getting back in the game. That said, we are not aware of any providers that would support unattended kiosk sales of CBD products due to the extremely high level of risk.

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              Nuyugen Affiliate

              Nice list frank im sure it took some time finding these. We have been looking for a while with our plus cbd product. I have them bookmarked and will hopefully find one in this list.

              Finding it tough on paid ads too getting approval for cbd products grrrrrr.

              Cheers;
              Vincent

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                Brett

                We are contemplating entry into the CBD market. Our plan is to offer the CBD product line only via eCommerce.

                We already have an account setup with authorize.net and Chase paymentech is our current merchant account provider.

                What are the risks of implementing the above?

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                  Jessica Dinsmore

                  Hi Brett,

                  It’s not clear from your comment whether you’re opening a new business or expanding an existing one to include CBD products. In either case, you’ll want to be sure that your merchant account provider is aware that you’ll be selling CBD and has approved you for that purpose. Some providers also won’t approve CBD sales via eCommerce, as CBD products are still illegal in some states. The recent federal deregulation of hemp-based products has made it much easier for CBD merchants to be approved for an account, but I’d recommend you consult with an attorney before launch, as you probably won’t be able to sell your products in all 50 states.

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