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Posted by admin on May 27, 2020
Telemedicine Payment Processing

Are you a telemedicine services company seeking cost-effective ways to accept payments from patients?  Or a telehealth software platform that wants to add payment processing as a value-added service to your telemedicine clients?  You have come in the right place. Quickly and easily..

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Posted by admin on May 26, 2020
echeck payment for ecommerce merchants

Echecks protect high risk card & ACH merchant accounts.  And are a great payment option for high risk merchants who cannot qualify for card or ACH merchant accounts due to industry type. Let’s face it.  Many high risk merchants have a hard time maintaining the low chargeback..

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Posted by admin on May 21, 2020
Debt Collection Merchant Accounts

Are you a debt collection agency accepting payments from debtors?  There are 3 main ways debt collection merchants process payments.  Debit Cards (Americans Love Cards) ACH Payments (Lowest Cost / High Reliability)EChecks (Great for Collection Agencies with High Chargebacks or..

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Posted by admin on Mar 26, 2019
Benefits of Check 21

Benefits of Check 21 Remote Deposit Capture (RDC) include: API software interface. Rolling out RDC is easy with quick integration with existing software. Multi-function platform. Check 21-RDC, ACH, credit/debit card processing can all accommodated on the same platform. Banking independence...

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Posted by admin on Jan 04, 2019
Electronic Bill Payments

What are Direct Payments? Direct payment is the term used for paying bills electronically through the ACH payments network. Direct Payment goes by many names, including automatic bill payment, automatic debit, electronic bill payment, or direct debit. Billers use direct payments for both one-time..

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Posted by admin on May 15, 2018
Debt Consolidation Merchant Accounts

With the growing mountain of private and commercial debt in America, debt consolidation merchants are on the precipice of a sudden spike in demand from consumers looking to wrangle their debt burden.Private debt to gross domestic product in the United States is currently at 200%. That means for..

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