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How To Choose An eCommerce Merchant Account

The ability to buy and sell on the internet has only been available for a little over 20 years. In that time, however, the eCommerce industry has expanded dramatically, disrupting traditional retail industries and opening up a new world of opportunity for both merchants and consumers alike. Consumers are no longer limited to buying only […]

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Jan 17, 2019 Filed under: Credit Card Processing, eCommerce 17

Venmo For Business: Is It Worth It?

Venmo has earned its status at the top mobile wallet and P2P payments app, ranking along with PayPal and Square Cash as easy, free, and trusted ways to move money around and pay back friends or family. Venmo launched in 2009 and was eventually acquired by Braintree and then PayPal. Despite being owned by PayPal, […]

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Jan 15, 2019 Filed under: Credit Card Processing, Mobile Payments 2

Why We Like Square’s Online Dashboard And Analytics App

Many business owners know and love Square for its free mobile point of sale app and free credit card readers, but some don’t realize that Square automatically provides some pretty powerful reporting and analytics features with their processing service. Even if you’re primarily using Square to accept payments. Square dashboard feature is worth a closer […]

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Jan 10, 2019 Filed under: Credit Card Processing, Point of Sale, Small Business 0

Stripe Payments Competitors And Alternatives

Stripe isn’t quite a household name the way some other companies are, but it’s safe to say this online payment processing company has done a lot to change the way people pay online. It’s opened up the potential for merchants all over the world to sell online and reach customers almost anywhere. But even if […]

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Jan 7, 2019 Filed under: Credit Card Processing 2

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