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Determining Your Merchant Risk Level For PCI Compliance

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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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    Glenn Duerr

    Very informative! We are a “mom and pop” B&B with very simple credit card needs. We don’t upsell and process virtually every room charge through our Hypercon T7 at the time of check-in. The “upcharges” on my monthly statement are, of course, at the very back. By the time I get there, my processor is hoping I’ve gotten bored or tired of trying to follow our statement. In January we were charged a one time “Fast Tracking” charge of $22 so that we get our batches processed the same day if done by 6pm. OK. But then we also have a “monthly fee” of $10, a “bill statement” fee of $5, and a PCI compliance fee of $10. When I called about these fees last month, my processor said they made a mistake and we should only be charged the PCI and statement fees which was the case until last July when they added the “monthly fee”. She said she’d fix these. So, yesterday my statement came and nothing had changed! I’ll be calling them with your information at hand.

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