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Debit Card Processing Fees For Merchants

There’s no one-size-fits-all answer to the question of whether debit card merchant fees are worth the cost, but for the majority of retailers, the answer will probably be yes. Due to a combination of regulation and fraud protection, debit card transactions are frequently cheaper for merchants to process than credit cards.

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Jun 2, 2023 Filed under: Credit Card Processing
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Stripe VS Square: 2024 Comparison

Both Stripe and Square offer powerful, full-service third-party payment processing APIs. Square has a pretty clear edge when it comes to processing in-person payments and being ready to go right out of the box. Stripe’s robust multicurrency and payment method support, on the other hand, can give it an edge in international eCommerce. Read on for a full comparison.

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Apr 2, 2024 Filed under: Credit Card Processing, Payment Gateways
Stripe fees

Stripe Pricing & Costs

Are you curious about how much Stripe costs, and what makes it different from other processors? In this post, you’ll learn about Stripe fees and features, so you can find out if this is the right fit for your small business.

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Jun 7, 2023 Filed under: Credit Card Processing
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What Are Interchange Fees? A 2024 Guide For Businesses

If you’re new to the world of credit and debit card processing, you may be wondering what interchange fees are and how they impact the cost of processing transactions and maintaining a merchant account for your business. We’ll also show you how these fees fit into each of the different processing rate plans that your merchant account might use.

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May 15, 2024 Filed under: Credit Card Processing
Address Verification Service

How To Use An AVS Check To Reduce eCommerce Fraud & Protect Your Business

AVS is an acronym for the Address Verification Service, a feature that’s used to compare the address given to you by your customer and the billing address on file with the cardholder’s issuing bank. AVS serves two primary functions: (1) to deter fraud by confirming that the customer is the legitimate cardholder, and (2) to help prevent chargebacks by giving you additional information to verify your customer’s identity. Read on for more info.

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May 19, 2020 Filed under: Credit Card Processing, eCommerce, PCI Compliance